It’s everyone’s favorite game, Headbands! This can be used as an educational break or it can aid in student’s development of describing an object.
Headbands is the game where the student has a card on their head. The other students in the group will take turns to give clues that describe the object. Once the student has an idea of the object, they should guess what the object is. Once the student guesses correctly, it’s time for the next student to put a card on their head.
Headbands can be paired with the Expanding Expression Tool (EET) to aid in teaching students how to describe objects. When working in a small group, have one child use one of the EET balls and have them use it to help describe the object.
Staple two of the sides of the headband together and use Velcro to connect the remaining sides to make the headband adjustable. Place a piece piece of Velcro in the middle of the headband and place a piece of Velcro on the backs of all cards so cards can be easily attached to the headband.
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