Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Barrier Games

In case you don't know what barrier games are.......
They are a great language tool—they provide opportunities to develop receptive (understanding) and expressive (speaking) communication skills.
 In a barrier game, two players sit across from each other with a barrier, such as a book or a big shield between them. Players take turns at telling the opposite player where to place the objects on their board as they themselves put the same objects, in the same place, on their own board. At the end they both look at the 2 boards and check if they have been able to understand and listen to the correct placement of the objects. Lots of fun.


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