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#Oct2018SLPmusthave Receptive and Expressive Language Game for Sport Vocabulary. The is a great language game that can be played in the classroom or in the therapy room. What sport should I play? This can be used with with students to teach them how to describe or conversely to learn how to put clues together to guess a vocabulary word. There is a variety of vocabulary words so you can use them with a mixed group or begin with common vocabulary words moving toward more complex vocabulary. As the vocabulary words are varied you can use this game with young children to third graders. The development of vocabulary is a foundation for receptive, expressive and written language. It is a great activity for both regular education students and students with special needs.
This is a receptive/expressive language activity that can be played multiple ways.
Have the child pick a card and not show it to the others. The other students can try to guess what is behind the hanger (visual supports included).
Have the group know what is behind the hanger. You can have the child leave the room and you show the group and then the child comes back in or you have the child sit in a chair with his back to the class and someone can hold the card up.
If you allow the child the ability to pick their own it becomes a social skills lesson as students put both the clues about the clothes and their knowledge of the friend to guess what their friend might pick.
This is an excellent game to teach how to use descriptors and give critical details
3 Pages of Question Clues
52 Sports pictures ranging from simple (swimming) to more complex (fencing) so can be differentiated according to the needs of the group.
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