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SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers

SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
SQUIRREL!! Thematic & open-ended games for speech therapy & centers
Product Description
This packet includes 3 open-ended reinforcement games to incorporate into your speech therapy sessions or centers. The fun squirrels and woodland creatures would blend seamlessly into your fall, camping, or woodland creature-themed activities!

1. Stash!
Object of the Game:
The player to collect (stash) the most nuts by the end of the session or center wins the game. Players take turns drawing cards from the pile. Each card is worth 1, 2, or 3 nuts. “Special cards” allow you to steal a card from another player or lose all of your winter stash. A “jackpot” card has been included as a “joker” card—use it as a card that enhances game play in any way you chose (ex. it’s worth an extra 4 nuts or is an automatic “’win the game” card, or it acts as a “magic” card in which player chooses what it’s worth, as in more nuts, or a steal a card, etc.). The player with the highest nut count by the end of the game wins!

2. Nuts to You!
Object of the Game:
The player to collect all 4 cards to spell out N-U-T-S the fastest wins! Students take turns drawing cards from the pile; if the student does not have the letter they draw, they keep it on their game board. If they have that letter already they put the nut card back in the pile. If they draw a “special card” (ex. Lose your stash, steal a card, etc.) follow the directions on the card. The game ends when student spells out N-U-T-S first.

3. Roll and Cover
2 game boards have been included--one for younger children who may have difficulties identifying and/or adding numbers (1-6), and one for older children (numbers 2-12). Give each student a game board, bingo chips, and dice. Roll the dice, then add them up. Cover the corresponding number on your board. Be the first person to cover all of your numbers!



Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
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