Language scenes can be used as barrier games, a preschool center activity with a magnet board, or a fun following directions activity. Teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, speech therapists, and special education teachers can target receptive and expressive language skills with these colorful winter scenes.
Great for targeting colors, winter clothing, winter verbs (sled, skii, etc), and vocabulary.
This set comes with 3 winter scenes: Snowy Day (15 pieces), Snowman (21 pieces), and Christmas Fireplace (14 pieces) in color and black and white.
Suggested directions are included and include: simple, spatial, and sequential directions.
Black and White pages can be printed for larger group, sent home for extra practice, or used to color.
Barrier Game Suggested Use:
-Print out two copies of the scene and two copies of the pieces. Print on cardstock and/or laminate for durability. Cut out pictures.
-The two players sit across from one another and put a folder between them.
-Player One makes a scene on their mat. Player One describes their scene. For example: The tree is on the small hill.
-Player Two listens to Player One and tries to recreate the picture on their own mat.
-At the end, the players compare to see how well they listened!
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