**SSI Folder Game: Clothes oh No**
This folder pairs nicely with the book "Oh No" by Bronwen Scarffe.
Take turns fixing the broken items by matching the missing pieces to their corresponding items.
This product is a template (PDF) to make your own folder game.
-You will ONLY PRINT pages 4 and 5 to create the game.
-Page 2 contains general folder game assembly instructions.
-Page 3 contains instructions for this game, with sample target vocabulary and a photo illustration of what the completed folder game should look like.
This fun folder game was developed to support massed practice for motor speech therapy goals. It can be used in several different ways.
1) Labial Facial (horizontal) word targets: oh no, hole, nose, door, boat, cone, wheel, home, coat
2) Labial Facial (horizontal) phrase targets: oh no, no ___
Young children will also enjoy this colorful and motivating folder game to work on:
3) describing what's missing
4) following directions/receptive language: (e.g. put the sleeve on the sweater, etc.)
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Have fun, and check out SSI Folder Games' other folder games for speech and language therapy!