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This is a game for Pre-K—2nd grade in speech therapy, RTI, ESL/ELL, and learning centers. It targets comprehension of spatial terms, such as: above,below, right, left, top, middle, bottom, between, etc. It can be played with one or more students.
HOW TO PLAY:
Students need to arrange the sweets on the shelves according to the directions given to them. There are 6 different sets of directions for completely arranging the shelves, each containing 8 cards. Choose a set and read the student the directions on the cards in order, starting with number 1, one at a time. After each card, give the student feedback by showing them the picture on the card.
For more than one player, alternate turns and give a token to players who have successfully followed directions. The student with the most tokens at the end of the game wins. The SLP can use the Score Card to check off whether the student has correctly followed directions including the targeted words.
6 Sets of 8 Cards
8 Cut-Out Sweets
1 Game Board
1 Page of Tokens
SLP Score Card
PREPARING THE GAME:
Print out all pages single sided. Laminate everything except the Score Card. Cut out tokens, Sweets, and Cards.
The graphics in this product were designed by the following artists: Digital Potpourri, www.etsy.com/shop/digitalpotpourri; Jessica Sawyer, www.jessicasawyerdesign.etsy.com; Sweet Heart Illustrations, www.etsy.com/shop/Sweetheartillustr; Clip Art Superstore, www.etsy.com/shop/clipartsuperstore