Pragmatic Social Skills and Expressive Language Activity for speech

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Susan Berkowitz
Grade Levels
1st - 6th, Homeschool
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33 pages
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Susan Berkowitz


Do you need a language activity that covers expressive language for pragmatics, semantics, story or event recall? This is the perfect pragmatics activity for your speech therapy classroom! This is a fun game to play during speech therapy time, language groups, or social groups!

There is:

• A game board and a spinner to laminate

• 104 cards, with questions for pragmatics, semantics, story or event recall.

Students earn stars as they answer questions and move around the game board.

Questions include:

• sequencing task steps

• providing synonyms or antonyms

• using polite speech

• using adjectives

• explaining

• listing items needed

• using polite language in a letter of call

• using sympathy and empathy and identifying feelings

Language Stars is a great game to practice expressive language skills!

I have lots more language games for speech therapy, including HERE and HERE

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33 pages
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