Great for building expressive and receptive language skills!
Are you new to barrier games? Here is a description (which is also included in the product):
Two or more people are required to play. Each person has the same picture scene and pictures with a barrier in between so they can’t
see what the other person is doing. Player 1 (Talker) arranges their pictures in their scene as desired. When ready, they can use the helper words to describe to their partner what their scene looks like. For example, “Put the rake to the right of the tree.” Player 2 (Listener) listens to the directions and follows them accordingly. Player 2 should
also be encouraged to ask clarification questions such as, “Can you say that direction again?” or “I don’t understand, can you say that another way?” The end goal is to get both scenes to
look the same.