The SLP (or teacher!) is hungry! Can't you hear her stomach grumbling? Players each choose a mover (either a delicious gummy bear or something disgusting like the pile of dirt) and then race up the ladder, across, the table, and onto the plate! Watch out, SLP/teacher-- whatever food makes it to the plate first will go into your mouth!
*This version includes a PowerPoint file that allows the teacher to import their OWN PHOTO (mouth open wide = even better!) It also includes the link to add the BOOM CARD version to your Boom library!
During test-runs, this has worked best when students control something disgusting and the SLP controls a gummy bear-- it's a riot when the SLP screams as the disgusting "food" inches its way closer and closer, leaving the yummy gummy bear in the dust. Great for working on concepts like opposites, locations/positions (receptive and expressive), and sequencing steps to play the game. Also great for social skills groups as it requires basic turn-taking. Use any digital spinner online such as the one on www.toytheater.com/spinner (select the yellow spinner and change the number option to 3 or 4!) Share your ENTIRE screen (not just the PowerPoint window) so that the student can see when you switch between PowerPoint or Boom and the spinner website window.
Great for working on concepts like opposites, locations/positions (receptive and expressive), and sequencing steps to play a game. Work on describing, naming from a description, categorization, and comparing contrasting two similar objects! Also great for use during social skills groups as it requires basic turn-taking. Since this is open-ended, pair with any artic words before each turn. To work on motor control or sound-sequencing skills, the game is loaded with VC and CVC words including those that require jaw control (ex: up, on, out, mat, pot, bug, boot, bone (fish), hot (chili pepper), hop (frog), top (of the table), down, yum, bat, etc.).