Superhero Speech & Language Game Boards!

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Do your students love superheroes?  Do they love playing games?  This fun-filled download I have created is for you!

 

In this file you will find:

A variety of game boards that can be printed and used to target a variety of speech and language skills.  All using a VERY popular superhero theme!  Grab your target cards, a dice, and game pieces and  you are ready to go!  Tons of flexibility for you to use your own targets and visuals/prompting.  Target vocabulary, syntax, question skills, pragmatic skills, auditory comprehension and more!

**9 Game boards included:

-Articulation practice:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game board space.  Each space has a number.  The student must use their target sound that many times.

-Category Naming:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game board space.  Each space will have a category.  Students must express an item in that category in order to remain on their space.

-Parts of Speech Naming:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game board space.  Each space will have a part of speech (noun, verb, adjective, and pronoun).  Students must express a word that falls in that category in order to remain on their space.

-Synonym or Antonym?:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game board space.  Each space will contain a pair of words.  Students must express if the words are synonyms or antonyms in order to remain on their space.

-Question Fun:  Two ways to play!  Students will roll a dice and land on a game board space.  Each space will have a question form.  Students must either ask a question or answer a question using your own desired question prompts using that question form in order to remain on their space.

-Singular or Plural?:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game  board space.  Each space will have a word provided.  Students must express if it is a singular or plural noun in order to remain on that game space.  Can they also determine if it is a regular or irregular plural?

-Recalling Stories:  Use this game with any story (long or short!).  After reading/listening to a story, students will roll a dice to land on a game board space.  Each space will prompt the student to recall a key story element (characters, setting, title, etc.) in order to remain on that game space.  Not all items may apply.  Can your students recognize ones that do not?

-Tell Me How:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game space.  Each space will prompt a student to tell how to complete a task.  Students must express using an appropriate sequence in order to remain on that game space.

-Describing Fun:  Students will roll a dice and land on a game space.  Each space will contain an object.  Students must express a description in order to remain on that space.  Feel free to use this game board with EET (http://www.expandingexpression.com/).

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