Open-ended Color Me Game Boards

Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
Open-ended Color Me Game Boards
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  1. Do you work in Early Intervention? Preschool? With children who have complex communication needs?I do.I needed resources I could leave with families, not just talk to them about. So I made them.Are you looking for:Evidence-based therapy ideas for a natural settingHandouts in parent-friendly language
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  2. I love having go to games that I can use with just about every kid I see. These mini games are small enough to fit in my pocket. The big games (8.5"x11") draw the kids in and the Color Me Game Boards are perfect to share with families. **Now included in the Early Intervention Activity Packet Bundle
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These are a perfect activity to play during a speech session then send home for practice.

Save by purchasing in one of these bundles

Open-Ended Games Bundle for Speech and Language

Early Intervention Activity Packet Bundle.

This download includes 25 black and white open-ended game boards.

Color Me Game Boards (8.5" x 11") include:

truck, dinosaur, pony, pirate, snowman, girl with hearts, boy with heart, leprechaun, boy and girl with shamrocks, boy and girl with Easter baskets, boy in puddle, kids gardening, girl with flowers, boy with ice cream, girl in pool, kids in tent, kids looking at bugs, ocean creatures, farmer, girl with apples, scarecrow, kids in costumes, kids playing dreidel, Christmas tree, Santa Claus, reindeer and sleigh.

Use them to work on:

  • Turn taking
  • Articulation practice
  • An activity for language groups. Have children name, sort, describe… etc. between turns.
  • Letters, colors, rhyming words…
  • Or as a reward at the end of a session.

Have the kids help you make them.

Get creative! How else can YOU use them?

Like printable activities? You may be interested in these other resources

Open-Ended Big Games for Speech and Language

Open-Ended Mini Games for Speech and Language

Early Intervention Handouts for Play Skills

Games for Motor Speech

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Lia Kurtin

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