This Materials Monday I am uploading a document that can be used in conjunction with last Materials Monday. It still targets voice and school-aged children. I hope some of you are finding these useful.
If you missed last Materials Monday, you can view it here (click)!
These cards are really easy to use. Below is an example of the cards.
Note: I figured out how to take a screenshot from my computer! Yes, I am finally caught up with technology (for now).
How to use: Using these cards is really easy! Use a supplemental game with it (like a board game or Jenga). First have your student select a card. You or your student can read it aloud, and then he/she would be required to figure out the best answer for the specific situation. If the student struggles with this or if it is a newer activity, use forced-choice alternative and give him/her some options. I also printed out some different choices that my students could choose from, but it's up to you if you want to provide it through auditory or visual means. Creating choices shouldn't take long at all. Once your student determines the best solution that you both agree upon, then your student can take a turn with whatever game you chose to play.
If you don't feel like being creative or if you don't have much time to create choices for your student then leave me a comment with your email address, and I can send you my full version for free. :)
Download the voice cards here! Enjoy!
Update: March 6 - I was able to upload the newest version of my voice cards to google documents and the pictures worked! So feel free to download the newest version. Thanks!