NO PRINT (Digital) Describing Speech Therapy Game
Speech Therapy Describing Words and Defining Words Game!
In this describing attributes activity, your students will learn how to describe items and define words by answering questions about items in the following areas:
· Object function: What is a ____ used for?
· Attributes: What does a ____ look like?
· Location: Where can you find a ____?
30 task cards x 3 tasks each = 90 total opportunities to practice describing with this vocabulary activity!
This product is the DIGITAL version of my printable Speech Therapy Describing Dice Decks set.
This is a NO PRINT, paperless resource that was designed to be used on an iPad / tablet, laptop / desktop computer, Smart Board or even on a smart phone. It’s also great for sharing via a speech teletherapy platform.
DICE DECKS are highly engaging and make learning fun! Have a student roll a die. Then, have them look on their DICE DECKS card for the corresponding number. If the die lands on a 1 or 4, task A will be completed. If it lands on a 2 or 5, task B will be completed. If it lands on a 3 or 6, task C will be completed. So simple, yet SO engaging!
You will receive 2 pdfs in this product. One pdf contains the No Print Dice Decks product. This pdf should NOT be printed. The other pdf contains directions, data sheets, and student response sheets. The documents in this pdf were intended to be printed off and used alongside the digital, no print product.
- To use this product, save it to your computer then open it with a pdf reader. I suggest Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free here if you don’t already have it installed. If you do not open it with a PDF reader, the links in the product may not work.
- If you are using an iPad, you can open the resource in Adobe Acrobat Reader, as mentioned above, or you can save it to and open it in the most recent version of the Books app (i.e., iBooks).
- If you open it in Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on “View” and then “Full Screen Mode” for the best display.
DICE DECKS are great for regular education classrooms as well as specialized instruction such as speech therapy (language therapy), special education, intervention specialists, ESL / ELL learners, etc. They work wonderfully for individualized instruction, partner work, literacy centers, stations, small group instruction, and for engaging the whole class by rolling the die under a smartboard camera or with a game such as scoot! Most decks are tied to one or more of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts and Literacy (ELA). And, most decks come with data sheets! Many have also used these decks for practice of specific skills learned, progress monitoring, and as review for standardized test assessments.