This spring language scene includes a barrier game and 2 following directions coloring pages.
Barrier games are a great way to practice listening and language skills. Simply print out two copies of the mats and pictures and set up a folder in between the two. One player makes a scene, then describes it to player two. Player two uses their listening skills to recreate the picture on their mat. At the end, lift up the folder and see how you did!
Barrier games can be used to target specific language skills such as prepositions, auditory memory, and vocabulary. Also includes suggestions for 1 and 2 step directions.
Check out my other listening games here:
Winter Barrier Games
Getting Around Town: Following Directions and Auditory Memory
Go Fish! Describing People Game
Initial Digraphs Puzzles
Teacher of the Deaf Monthly Consult Checklist
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