Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes

Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
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Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributesplay
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
Speech Therapy SUMMER FUN Cariboo Cranium Game vocabulary attributes
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First of all, you need to have a ©Cranium CARIBOO game to play this game. I know many speechies out there have this precious game in their possession! This
activity is a fun way to learn summer vocabulary. Though this is a fun activity and teaches vocabulary, it also offers opportunities to answer wh-questions, describe things, make meaningful sentences, and practice pronoun/verb usage.

There are five sets of ©Cariboo games altogether!

Included in this packet:
SET 1: 15 “Summer Fun” vocabulary squares to be inserted into CARIBOO game slots. 15 “Summer Fun” deck cards for students to draw from.
SET 2: 15 “More Summer Fun” vocabulary squares to be inserted into CARIBOO game slots. 15 “More Summer Fun” deck cards for students to draw from.
SET 3: 15 “More Summer Fun” vocabulary squares to be inserted into CARIBOO game slots. 15 “More Summer Fun” deck cards for students to draw from.
SET 4: 15 “Summer action picture” squares to be inserted into CARIBOO game slots. 15 “Summer action picture” deck cards for students to draw from.
SET 5: 15 more “sweet treats” vocabulary squares to be inserted into CARIBOO game slots. 15 “sweet treats” deck cards for students to draw from.
I’ve also included the above cards with a blank space where the word would be. This is so
users of other languages and dialects may write in the words they use.

As with most of my packets, I’ve included visual prompt pages:
Pronoun sentence support page (He is…, She is…, They are…)
“Let’s Talk About This” page to help describe items with prompt as “I see, It is, It has, It can”
“Let’s Talk About This” page to help describe items with prompt as “I see, They are, They have, They can”

Preparation:
Print activity pages on cardstock.
For those using the blanked out word cards. Write in the words before laminating.
Laminate pages.
Cut out the squares.

Game Suggestion:
Select 15 game insert squares to put into the Cariboo game slots.
Use the deck cards that correspond to the inserted cards.
Have students take turns selecting card from the deck.
FOR SETS 1, 2 and 3, here are some suggestions
Have him/her say the word, and put it in a sentence
Describe the word, (if student needs it, use the Let’s Talk About This visual)
Have student take a deck card and not showing to others describe it. Have others guess what item it is.
I’ve even told a 3 sentence story and asked wh-questions with the word.
Simple “I see a.” as in ”I see a yellow sun.”
Or don’t use the deck cards and ask WH-questions to have them figure out which item it is (for example, “What is yellow? What is in the sky? What is very hot?”)
If at conversation level, ask open-ended questions with the word.
FOR SET 4:
Have student pick a deck card and make a sentence. For example, “The boy is surfing.” ”He is surfing.” “She is holding a surf board.” “They are swimming”.
Ask Who questions. For example, “Who has a blue surf board?” Who is wearing red swim trunks?” Make him/her answer in complete sentences.
FOR SET 5:
Describe a sweet treat and have student guess which one it is.
Have student pick a deck card, not showing others, and describe it. Others must guess which one he/she is describing. “This popsicle is orange and has a bite out of it.”
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