Quick Open Ended Dice Game for Speech-Language Therapy & Classroom Use

Natalie Snyders
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Natalie Snyders


Need a simple, fast-paced game to make flashcard drill seem more fun? Here you go!

This game is designed to be a quick, open-ended game for use in speech-language therapy or the classroom with your own dice and stimulus cards. It is also ideal for sight word or math flashcards, or for quick RtI groups!

This download includes the gameboard in black/white, mint, and purple, along with directions for use.

To play, print out and laminate the number of boards desired for use. (You may use one for the group if the students are working on the same target, or one per student for different targets.)

Select whatever stimulus cards you wish to use for your session (sounds, categories, sight words, math facts, vocabulary words, etc.), and place them on the 6 empty slots on the board. (For extra difficulty, place the cards face down.) Have the students take turns rolling a die. The student must then say the stimulus word (or answer the stimulus question) indicated by the number on the dice. Replace the card with a new one when the student is finished; if it was answered incorrectly, place it back in the deck to be used again.

If working on articulation, you may have the student say it a word, phrase, or sentence level, depending upon ability. For extra articulation practice, have the student roll two dice – one will indicate the target word on the board, while the other will indicate the number of times it needs to be said.

Have the students continue the game for a set amount of time, or until the pile of cards run out.
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