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**Windows Only - Students can use Mac, iPad, etc. but therapist must use Windows (sorry)**
I love board games! I love playing them with students and embedding goals into the play! I love that my students want to come play with me in my virtual speech room and that the time flies by!
BUT... There are some things I don't like about them!!!
Like me, do you hate searching for them, not having easy spinners, dice, and other counters, and worrying about a slow connection or ads on webpages? Do you wish you had one resource you could use for ANY board game you want to play? Are you sick of ugly, poorly drawn free board games and never being able to use the coolest games?
Well, be prepared to be done with all of those worries and play ANY* board game you have the image for (please note, you need to convert PDFs to images)! Along with 4 built-in games that I made just for us! And when I draw a game, I do my best to make it pretty and fun to play because I like pretty, fun to play games!
* Any means any board game you can legally have an image of, I am not encouraging you to violate any copyright laws or anything! Also, I'm not responsible for any board game you upload. Please act responsibly.
Let's take a look at the built-in games:
Think Of The Zombies!!! Click Here To See The Video Instructions
It seems like these days zombies just can’t catch a break! Gardeners hate them, plants want to kill them, and all they really want is a few brains to eat. Our zombies have heard that there’s a magical land of free brains just outside the garden... Your job is to help your zombie escape!
This game has built-in expressive language expectations. Depending on which color jewel the student lands on, they are instructed to say either 3 words with their sound, 2 sentences with their sound, or ask 1 question with their sound.
Climbing Critters Click Here To See The Video Instructions
A cute game for the younger students, using colors and a spinner to move so that even students with difficulty counting can participate fully. Each student helps his critter to climb to the top of the tree and the first one to the end wins.
This is an easy, gentle game especially for students who don't understand complex rules like climbing ladders, falling down slides, losing turns, etc.
Escape The Web! Click Here To See The Video Instructions
It’s a race against time for the poor little butterflies caught in a spider’s web, they need to escape before the spider reaches the end and spins the web shut! This is a cooperative game so, although each student gets a turn, they all have to work together to win or lose as a team.
A starter cooperative game without a lot of complex logic so you can encourage social language, problem solving, and compromise in an environment where students need to work together to solve a shared problem.
Go Go Goldfish! Click Here To See The Video Instructions
Seagulls love goldfish! Well, for dinner that is! In this cooperative game your students have to work together to get all five goldfish into the ocean before the seagull gets there first so she can swoop in and eat them all. The goldfish have to find the best plan to avoid being sushi!
A more complex cooperative game with harder problems to solve and more variables (more fish to move, more rules around moving the fish, etc.). Each turn has multiple good moves, so recognition that one's own plan isn't the only good plan becomes important. Great for groups of students who typically have social communication breakdowns when faced with greater challenges.
* The Royal Bank of Meow is a completely fictitious bank (but I want it to be real!).
Updated features (16 SEP 2018):
This resource is a native app and installs right onto your Windows computer!
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