This board is great because it can be used with any activity; articulation, language, fluency, voice.
You will need:
1 roll and cover board for each student in the group
1 pair of dice (I use one red die and one white die – but you don’t have to use colored dice)
Enough bingo type tokens for each student to cover the frogs / groundhogs / cupcakes
Articulation, language, or fluency cards or tasks of your choice.
The frogs / groundhogs / cupcakes are free spaces. Your students may cover these before game play begins.
Choose a student to begin the game. The student says his articulation word, phrase, sentence, etc., or performs whatever language or fluency task you assign. Upon completion of the task the student rolls one die which will tell the column number, then he/she rolls the remaining die which tells them the row number. (I actually use a red and a white die to decrease confusion – and the students love the colored dice). The student finds the heart / balloons / box of hearts that is in the column and row designated by the dice and covers that heart / balloons / box of hearts. Each student takes turns until someone covers every heart / balloons / box of hearts in a row or a column. The first to complete a row or column is the winner.