What Am I? Summer Edition {A Describing Game}

Friday, June 21, 2013

I loved my Who Are You? Describing Game so much I wanted to make a series! Next in the series is:


Includes: 22 pages (not all pages shown on the thumbnail it wouldn't fit!)=

Page 1 title, Page 2 Information
Receptive Language skills (pages 3-6)= 20 summer vocabulary cards. SLP or students may lead (you decide). Use the blue summer vocabulary cards to target receptive language! Read each clue to students and wait. See how many clues it takes for them to guess the object. If this is difficult for the students, place all the orange picture cards on the table, so the students can guess based on the pictures available.

Expressive Language and Semantics (pages7-14): use the orange and green cards to have students come up with descriptions and lead the game themselves. Have students think of a word for each category and let the group guess. This will expand students descriptive vocabulary skills.

Bingo Cards (pages15-19): use the receptive/expressive/semantics cards to play bingo!

Descriptive Mat (page 20) :To practice how to describe the object as a group, place a orange picture card in the middle, as a group talk about the attributes of that object!

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24 Responses to “What Am I? Summer Edition {A Describing Game}”

  1. My mom's homemade potato salad - I can send you the recipe if you want ;)

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  3. I'm going to say blueberries and blackberries:)

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  4. Peaches! In any form...yum!

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  5. I love making juice popsicles, so easy and yummy.

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  6. WATERMELON! Anything fruity or cold really. In Texas these are essentials in the summer time! :)

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  7. I am loving all these "summer-y" foods!! YUM!

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  8. I love chicken salad for summer! So easy. Cooked chicken, pecans (or any nut), celery, grapes and apples all chopped in small cubes. Mix with mayo or yougurt. Then eat on bread or with crackers or roll in lettuce.

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    1. Ohh Carly! That sounds yummy!! :) My mom made a pasta salad last night. We also had fruit salad. I think this might be the summer of SALADS! YUM!

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    2. Garden tomatoes with basil, salt, pepper and drizzled olive oil.

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  9. These potatoes are great--I did some with fresh chopped rosemary and some with fresh chopped sage. You can see by the link they are from Ree Drummond the Pioneer Woman.
    http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2008/06/crash-hot-potatoes/

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  10. Fresh fruits especially watermelon!

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  11. I love making guacamole during the summer....especially when I can get the chips from my favorite little spot where I live!

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  12. I like several: tomatoes, cucumbers and cottage cheese with a lemon juice/mayo topping, from my childhood; but lately I've gotten into making my own ice cream recipes without an ice cream maker.

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  13. My fav summer food is corn on the cobb. I'm waiting patiently for our local farmer's market to stock it so I can grab some!

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