This fun language game contains a collection of “green things” that can be used in several different ways:
for RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE: Give your student THREE clues or THREE adjectives describing an object and ask them to guess the object. (played similar to “I Spy”) Make an additional copy for each student in the group.
for EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE: Have students form teams (depending on how many are in your group) and require them to give THREE clues or THREE adjectives describing an object. After making a guess, draw an “OMG” game card from the pile. The player with the most “OMG” cards left at the end of the game is the winner.
CATEGORIZATION/CLASSIFICATION: Cut apart the “green things” items and sort them into the correct category on the 12 category mats and one page of blank category mats provided Use the blank mat to come up with your own categories OR ask your students to sort out the cards and decide what categories the items should belong in without using the category mats (more challenging!!)
Can you find it? Requires the student to use increasingly complex memory and recall skills to sequentially locate one item, then two items, and three items.
BARRIER GAME: Use the “green things” cards to play a barrier game---using the background provided— (make additional copies for more than one player).
OPTION #1: Player 1 sets up the hearts on his/her board with green object cards and describes the location to Player 2. Player 2 puts the correct object on the correct space on their board. At the end of the game players take down their barriers to see if their boards look the same!
OPTION #2: Use this page to provide simple and multi-step directions. There are two levels of questions to challenge your students. Read the directions slowly and have your student carefully listen before placing green things on their picture scene. Level 2 directions are more complex and require the student to closely follow the details before carrying out the directions.
Game includes a collectible GREEN inspired recipe from “speechsnacks”. Add it to a 3-ring binder and collect them all!!
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