Semantic skills – Can You Get Home?

semantic game
semantic game
semantic game
semantic game
semantic game
semantic game

£4.50

Description

Can you Get Home? A game which develops semantic skills by supporting discussion on how to cross a range of barriers in order to get home. Suitable for small group & one-to-one settings for drill & practice.

For more information see below.

Can you Get Home? is one of a series of resources devised by Felicity Durham, and developed by Helen Rippon. Felicity is a specialist speech and language therapist working in a school. She identified the need for attractive, simple activities in a game format, to develop semantic skills.

Description: Game in which children discuss how to cross a range of barriers to get home. Suitable for small group & one-to-one settings for drill & practice.

Aims: Develops problem solving, verbal reasoning, turn taking & attention & listening skills.

Additional Targets: Vocabulary enrichment; use of prepositions.

Age Range: 4yrs. – 7yrs : Early Years – KS1.

Curriculum Targets: Early Years Foundation Stage; P scales; Speaking, Listening, Learning; KS1 English.

Contents:

  • 5 pages of instructions,
  • 4 colour activity pages and equivalent B&W picture pages.

Format: PDF file, 10 pages. Available by download, 3.7MB or on CD.

Ref: SS2-2

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