Open Ended Games make planning therapy quick and easy. Use your own targets, Articulation, Receptive Language, Expressive Language, Fluency, Social Skills, etc., add any one of these games and you have a complete therapy session! All of these games can be adapted to your student's goals and objectives easily which makes these great games for reinforcers.
This Bundle includes:
On Top of Spaghetti, an open-ended game for speech therapy.
This game was adapted from my Multiple Meanings game. Collect the most meatballs on your plate of spaghetti and win. Each meatball card has a number which allows you to play the game several ways: play like "War", the player with the higher number wins the cards or play by adding the numbers on the meatballs to determine the winner. The number on the meatball cards can also indicate how many times to practice an articulation target. Or just simply collect cards and try not to lose them by choosing the "Aa-choo" card.
Each player tries to be the first to collect all the pieces to the pizza. Be careful not to lose your turn or lose a topping off your pizza! You may even be able to steal a topping from an opponent. (this game is listed separately)
This game was adapted from my Pirates Antonyms/Synonyms games. Collect the most jewels for your treasure chest and win. Be careful not to lose your jewels along the way!
This is a single page, black and white, game for quick play with any therapy targets. All you need are dice and bingo markers. When your student completes their therapy task, they roll the dice and mark the number on the page. The first student to complete a row is the winner, or complete a column, or the wholel page! (listed separately).