SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION

SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
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KIDS HAVE FUN PLAYING THIS GAME AND WHAT A GREAT WAY TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN LEARNING AND DEVELOPING ARTICULATION SKILLS! “BUMP” game boards for /l/, /s/. /r/ ,/sh/, /ch/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /t/ and /th/ are included.
This product is made up with pictured vocabulary for each target sound with the non-reader in mind . Both color and black and white versions of the same game boards are included . Numerous game boards for each target sound are included for variety.
This game can be used during small group therapy sessions of 2 to 6 students. Two different options for playing the game are provided based on whether your students are all working on the same target sound or different target sounds. Just print game boards on cardstock, laminate for durability and you are ready to go!!
DIRECTIONS:
OPTION ONE: When all students working on same target sound or their are two students working on target sound.
Materials:
- 12 linking cubes per player. Each player should have the same color cubes, but a different color than their partner.
- 2 die per partnered group
- Print out one bump game board for each pair of students on cardstock. Laminate for durability. This game can be used for groups working on different target sounds only if you have two students working on each sound.
Game play:
Divide your speech group into partnered pairs. Give each pair of students one game board. If there is a student left without a partner the speech therapist can be his/her partner. For groups with students working on different target sounds, divide the students into pairs based on the target sound they are working on. Each pair will be working on the same target sound and receives one game board.
Each student in each partnered group rolls one dice. The student with the largest number goes first. The first player rolls both die, and finds the sum on their OWN bump game board. He/She must then name the pictured item and if appropriate use that word in a sentence. If the articulation of the target sound is correct the player then places one of their colored linking cubes on top of the pictured item. The player to the right then takes his/ her turn doing the same. If a player rolls a number that is covered with another players linking cube, they may bump the other player off. If the pictured item is already covered with their own cube they may link another cube to it, thus locking in that pictured item and it therefore can not be bumped off. More than one player may lock in any given pictured item. The next player then takes their turn. When any player runs out of linking cubes, the game is over. The winner is the player with the most pictured items locked in. Divide your speech group into partnered pairs. If there is a student left without a partner the speech therapist can be his/her partner.
OPTION TWO: When students working on different target sounds
Materials:
- 12 linking cubes per student. Each player should have the same color cubes, but a different color than all other players
Therapist will need linking cubes of his/ her own color. The number of cubes the therapist will need is based on the number of students playing:
2 students- therapist needs 24 cubes
3 students therapist needs 36 cubes
4 students therapist needs 48 cubes
5 students therapist needs 60 cubes
- 2 die
- Print out one bump game board for each students on cardstock. Laminate for durability.
Game play: If students are all working on different target sounds, give each student their own game board. Game Play when each student has their own game board: The first player rolls both die, and finds the sum on their bump game board. He/She must then name the pictured item and if appropriate use that word in a sentence. If the articulation of the target sound is correct the player then places one of their colored linking cubes on top of the pictured item. The player to the right then takes his/ her turn doing the same. Continue in this manner until all students have taken one turn. The therapist then has a turn at rolling the dice, and finds the number that corresponds to the sum on each students bump game board. The therapist then places one of her/his colored linking cubes on top of the pictured item on each students game board. If a player or therapist rolls a number that is covered with another players linking cube, they may bump the other player off. ( i.e. therapist can bump students and students can bump therapist) If the pictured item is already covered with their own cube they may link another cube to it, thus locking in that pictured item and it therefore can not be bumped off. More than one player may lock in any given pictured item. When any player runs out of linking cubes, the game is over. The winner is the player with the most pictured items locked in.
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SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION
SPEECH THERAPY BUMP GAME for ARTICULATION