Describing is one of the most difficult tasks for my students with language impairments. They often give very nonspecific descriptions or are completely unable to complete the task. When we are first learning how to describe appropriately I give them hints and require only a few areas of description. Then, as they improve their skills, I require more of them. To add a little bit of fun to this task, we use a die to play this freebie that I have for you today: Mustache Dice Descriptions!
Several game-play versions are available with this therapy aid. Typically I give the student or group a vocabulary word. The students then take turns rolling a die and describing the vocabulary word using the area of description that they roll. As an advanced version, we roll a die and that is the only area that they do not need to give. We sometimes play for points (based on the number rolled for points) or other games listed in the product. This game goes very well with most game boards and general reinforcers as well!
I’ve uploaded this for free here. Also, hop over to the Facebook page for more updates on freebies like this!
Thanks for stopping by, enjoy!