Barrier Games are a great way to get a true picture of your students’ independent speaking and listening skills.
Watch them apply fluency and articulation skills you’ve been practicing and drilling in therapy and attempt to communicate clear instructions to peers. Not to mention, it’s a great way to address following directions, auditory memory, basic concepts and language skills of all kind! This barrier game even targets recognition of emotions.
This packet includes 20 different winter themed barrier games with instructions, but the rest is totally up to you!! There are so many ways to use barrier games for articulation, fluency, and language.
Address fluency...Students practice fluency strategies in spontaneous speech (carryover of skills).
Address Articulation...Students practice correct placement and production of phonemes in spontaneous speech (carryover of skills).
-Student have opportunities to show understanding of attributes, basic concepts, (spatial, color, size, etc), vocabulary, etc.
-Students have opportunities to practice concise communcation & listening skills by giving directions that required critical thinking and concept knowledge and following directions that require comprehension of one, two, or more step directions
This 17 page download (with no wasted paper) includes everything you need you need to play 20 scripted barrier games:
- 2 cute & colorful winter scenes
- 5 groups of fun items for students to place in the scenes including woodland animals, owls, arctic animals, frozen friends, and emotional snowmen
- full instructions for games your kids will love and for prep
- 20 sets of multi-step instructions that utilize the games to the fullest
- suggestions for alternate ways to play
Your kids will beg to play these fun but challenging games.
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Stay warm out there!