Potato Peeps Pragmatic Games!

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My Potato Peeps Language Games activity has been such a hit that I knew I had to create one for working on social skills!!  This download is a 4-in-1!!


Using this activity:
-Provide a copy of the “potato peeps” page to each student.  Boy and girl version are provided!  (print and laminate)

-Print, cut apart, and laminate a page of the “potato peeps pieces” for each “potato peeps” page made, enough for each of your students.

-For each game, make a pile of the cards in the center and another pile of the “potato peeps pieces.”  I recommend backing each set with a different color this way you can store them all together and can easily select the cards for the same target.

-Students should pick a card and respond with the target of the game (visual is provided for each target type).   Each card has a “potato peeps piece” on it.  Once students respond accurately, they can take that particular piece from the pile.  Students can take turns playing (or one student can keep taking turns) until they have enough pieces to complete a “potato peep.”  Visual is provided so students know what pieces they need!  If cards run out and no one has a complete potato peep, the student with the most parts is the winner! (48 cards in each game!)

-Game targets:
-Conversation Starters: Students must start the conversation using the question/probe on the card selected.
-How Do They feel?:  Students must read the scenario and express the emotion best associated based on the card selected.
-What Would You Do If…:Students will read a scenario and express what they think they would do based on the card selected.
-Right Way vs. Wrong Way:  Students must read the scenario and express if it was the right or wrong thing to do based on the card selected.

**Blank set is provided so you can add your own targets to each game!

You can access this activity in my TpT store by clicking HERE!

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