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Stack the Sandwiches: A category matching game
This is a quick, fun game to reinforce categorization skills. It's played similar to speed. Students flip cards and match them onto the categories. In order to win the completed sandwich, they need to state 2 more members in the category. Categories include: Sea animals, farm animals, jungle animals, pets, water vehicles, road vehicles, air vehicles, fruits, vegetables, art supplies, toys, tools, and furniture.
Pack Your Bags Articulation Vacation:
This is another quick, fun game to play. I have packets for Velars, Bilabials, and Alveolars. Each activity has more than 100 pictures included focusing on sounds in all positions. The game is played similar to "I'm going to Grandma's and I'm bringing...." It's great for carryover. Ideas for movement are also included!
I work with a lot of kids with emotional behavioral disorders or who are on the Autism Spectrum. My husband did all of the illustrations for the characters. Check out his AMAZING work here. I really like that it is more diverse as it is sometimes hard to get those materials through regular clip art providers. This packet includes games and activity ideas to teach emotions, different levels of emotions (synonyms for happy, mad, sad, scared) and teaching cards focused on what each emotion feels like broken down by body part. (I'm hoping that this becomes a best seller because then I can convince him to do some more illustrations for some emotions and problem solving activities that I want to add...)
Don't be a Zombie: Pragmatic/Nonverbal Language Skills
Most of my clients like the Plants vs. Zombies game. I thought these zombies were cute enough that you could use them at school but still motivating for my kiddoes. All of the activities focus on pragmatic language and nonverbal language including: Personal space, Personal Hygiene, Tone of Voice and Nonverbal gestures.
Interactive Flashcards: Inference Riddles:
I'm really, really loving using these "interactive" flashcards with my students who need more visuals to complete these higher functioning language tasks. I use inference riddles a lot but most of the activities I had either had 2-3 of the same pictures allowing the child to memorize the card OR had the picture of the object ON the card which limited my ability to use visuals to help them answer the questions. With this activity, you can also work on teaching kids how to use deductive reasoning to determine the answers.
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