Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts

Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Games for Language Concepts
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“Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Individual & Group Games for Language Concepts” includes instructions and printable materials to play three games that teach language concepts in a motivating social context. Designed for children with autism in mind, these games address a variety of goals, appropriate for a wide range of students, and can be played in groups of up to 12 participants. Thanksgiving is a great topic for therapy sessions because multiple opportunities for generalization outside of therapy sessions are almost certain to occur naturally in the classroom, in the community, and at home. As always, Sparkle Speech products are mindful of your ink, paper, and time so the three games in this product can be played using a combination of the same printed materials.

1. “Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey?” is an updated spin on the classroom classic, “Button Button, Who Got the Button?” with a Thanksgiving theme, and is adapted for use in speech therapy groups to accommodate children with motor-skill challenges. Students ask and answer “who” and “yes/no” questions, use social thinking to read facial expressions, and use logic and social language as they play.

2. “Turkey Lurkey, Where’s the Turkey?” is a game that is designed to be played in individual or group therapy sessions. Students ask and/answer “where” questions, practice prepositions, use expanded sentences purposefully, and practice social language conventions.

3. “Turkey Lurkey, What’s in the Dark?” is a game for use in individual or group therapy sessions that teaches language comprehension. Students use a flashlight to demonstrate understanding of locatives, adjectives, and nouns in context, and answer “where,” “what,” and “yes/no” questions meaningfully.

For a limited time, “Talk’n Turkey Interactive Quiz Game,” a 25-question game for use on PC or Smartboard®, is included as a gift with your purchase of “Turkey Lurkey, Who Got the Turkey? Language Concepts Games!”

Also, for more WH question fun, please check out “Gobble! Gobble! WH Question Bingo!” and “Talk’n Turkey Language Development Game” for higher-level questions and interest.

Or, for your best value . . . get ALL FOUR of our Thanksgiving language products in the “Talk’n Turkey Language Development Bundle for Individual and Group Speech Therapy,” and be ready to address language goals for practically every school-aged student this November!

Gobble gobble,
-Leslie

Sparkle Speech products are designed with economy of paper, ink, and your time in mind. Get maximum activity time with minimum preparation time! Download and play today! We love to hear your feedback and reviews, so please take a moment to us know what you think.
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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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