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- Each of the 6 interactive PDFs in this BUNDLE contains two versions of a DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT and can be used to engage your students and build rapport in teletherapy sessions! They also work great as a collaborative group activity in face-to-face sessions.There are two versions of each scavenger$15.00$21.00Save $6.00
This interactive PDF contains two versions of a DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT and can be used to engage your students and build rapport in teletherapy sessions! It also works great as a collaborative group activity in face-to-face sessions.
There are two versions of the scavenger hunt:
- The first version shows photographs of 10 REAL household objects for the student(s) to find in their home or in a video or book that you present on screen. On each page, there are also optional language prompts, including wh- questions about the object, compare/contrast, and formulating a sentence about the object. There is a check box for each object that can be clicked when the object is found.
- The second version asks the student to find an object that matches a given descriptor/adjective, such as "Can you find something bumpy?" As in the first version, there are 10 descriptors provided. The same language prompts that are mentioned above are also included in this version, as are the check boxes for each object that the student finds.
For each version listed above, there is an option to show all 10 objects on one page, or to present them one per page. What works best may depend on the student and the goal of the activity.
This interactive PDF uses the following components:
- Clickable navigation between the pages
- Fillable check boxes (to check off items that are found)
This activity could be used for the following goals:
- Understanding adjectives and using them to describe objects
- Comparing and contrasting two like objects (especially in groups where two students can talk about their two objects
- Answering wh- questions about objects
- Using basic concepts of location/prepositions to describe where an object was found
- Identifying object function
- Formulating sentences and expanding utterances
- Asking questions and showing interest in others (students asking each other questions about their objects)
Additionally, this activity makes a great ice-breaker, rapport-building, and cooperative group activity.
To use in teletherapy:
Open the PDF in Adobe Reader (which is free and you can read more about it HERE) or another PDF reader software, then screen share that window into the teletherapy platform. The student does not need mouse control, as the therapist can click the buttons and fill the check boxes and text boxes.
To use in face-to-face therapy sessions:
Open the PDF on a computer (similar to above minus the screen sharing) or PDF reader app such as Xodo, Apple Books, or PDF Element.
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