This open-ended game works well for any group, especially those that are working on separate skills. The materials can also be used to work on categories and vocabulary.
How to Play
Print out game onto cardstock and cut cards apart. You can print just the black and white game mat and make copies for a more printer-friendly option. Pass out one placemat/menu per player. If you have less than 4 players, you may want to take some cards out so that the game is a little harder. Students take turns practicing whichever skill they are working on before drawing a card. If the card they choose is an item they need, they place the card on their plate. If it is not, they place the card at the bottom of the pile. Some “action cards” have a quick activity or question for the student to complete. The first student to collect a complete meal wins the game.
Variations include ideas for working on different artic targets, as well as language skills.
Includes one adaptable speech homework page and one language homework page!
I would like to give credit to TeachesThirdinGeorgia for the TTGJuiceBox font used for most of this game http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Teachesthirdingeorgia , as well as kevinandamanda.com for the DigsMyHart font used on the title
Huge thanks also to mycutegraphics.com for the clipart and the backgrounds on the plate pages.