There are two games included in this activity.
Poster: How to formulate sentences
36 cards with a word/words which students must use in a complete sentence. Each card has a point value 1 through 3.
Mats for students to track their points earned.
9 wild cards worth 5 points
Poster: Simple vs. compound sentences
48 cards with either simple or compound sentences.
Choice cards stating “simple” and “compound” for students to hold up during the game. Optional: attach to popsicle sticks.
HOW TO PLAY:Game 1:
Students take turns choosing cards and putting the word/words in a complete sentence. If produced correctly, the student either collects the card or marks the number of points on his/her mat. Once the game is finished, students should total their points.
Whoever has the most points wins!
The SLP/teacher chooses and reads a card. Students listen and will either hold up the “simple” or “compound” card. Each student who answers correctly earns 1 point. Points can be tracked on a dry/erase board or paper. The student with the most points wins!