Speech Lady Wishlist-Games

On the 6th day of posting this Speech Lady gave to me, some games to elicit language.
1. Zingo Bingo-I recently came across this game and love it.  Zingo has this cool little contraption that's like an old school credit card swiper.  You move it back and forth and each time two cards with nouns on it appear.  I have used it multiple times with my kids that have Apraxia.  We keep the phrase "I have ....." and then they list one of two of the cards they get.  All I know is if you can keep a 3 year old entertained with this for 45 minutes, then it's a winner for sure!
2. Elefun- This game just makes me happy.  I have my kids collect as many butterflies as they can and then they bring it back to me.  However many butterflies they get is how many times they have to practice a word.  It's just so fun to see how excited the kids are as the butterflies start flying in the air.
3. Whac-A-Mole- I use Whac-A-Mole for a number of things.  I use it for more obvious things like a reinforcer and then I have used it for working on multi-syllabic words, phrases, sentences etc.  Here is a fun addition from Speech Room News and how she uses Whac-A-Mole.
4. Crocodile Dentist-When I want to use Kaufman cards and know there is no way my 2 or 3 year old is going to tolerate drill practice, I pull the Crocodile out.  We feed the Crocodile all the cards and they say them as we feed him.  This is definitely a reinforcer to have in your arsenal. 
5. What's In Ned's Head?-I see mostly little boys, so anything gross is super enticing to them.  I like this because you not only can work on body parts, but you can pretty much stick anything in Ned's head and use it to work on target sounds, vocabulary, inferencing etc. 
6. HedBanz-This game is great for working on basic concepts, answering wh questions, asking questions, turn taking and the list goes on and on.  My friend Angela even made it into a Superflex game. 

1 comment:

  1. I used Headbandz and Ned's Head in therapy today! These games are great!

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