This open-ended reinforcement game is the perfect way to keep groups moving through turns and getting lots of trials - even when each student has different goals.
This game is perfect for any class as a motivator for drill practice, but I love to use it for articulation practice, especially for groups of students working on different sounds or a mix of articulation and language skills.
Simply print and laminate the cards, give each student a trial of your choosing*, and have them pick a card from a pile (or basket, bucket, whatever!).
The aim of the game is to make as many valentines as possible from the 4 possible "parts" (card, envelope, message, and pencil). Better yet - draw a completed valentine and you have already made one whole valentine. BONUS! If you get a BROKEN HEART! card, you have to put one card back!
8 pages of valentine PARTS
2 pages of BONUS cards
120 cards TOTAL
PLUS: A visual guide for creating a valentine
*Please note that stimulus items are not included in this resource. This is a reinforcer to be used with stimuli you select yourself.
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