Did you see my image on Instagram recently?! It got a lot of responses! Many asked about the prompting cards I used. I made them SO long ago but recreated an old gem so I can share it with all of you!!
Why create a companion? So many speech and language students struggle with this game. Whether it is coming up with questions to ask, directions on how to play the game/object of the game, or how to respond!
I created cards that I can cut apart and keep in Zip lock bags which I keep in my game box itself. They are always ready to go if a student struggles. Students can flip through the cards to find the question they want, or just go through the cards one at a time so they don’t have to retrieve their own question.
I also provided a yes/no visual with sentence strips!
I provided several review worksheets and visual aids to address the various goals:
- answering and asking questions
- turn taking/how to play the game
- Can address so many goals in a fun and motivating way
- A popular game that students should understand how to play
- I am shocked with how many of my students have never played this game!
- Great for mixed groups with articulation and fluency cases
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