Pirate Talk is a fun game for school-aged students which targets receptive language skills using sentence repetition, answering wh questions and following directions. Expressive language skills targeted are categorizing, inferencing, describing and social skills.
This game can be tailored for the individual or group’s learning objectives. There are five categories: School, People, Home Community, and Activities.
This game is a great resource to have in a speech and occupational therapy clinic or in a primary classroom. The electronic spinner, playing pieces and gold coins add an extra tactile, interactive element to this talking game.
To target fine motor skills and integrate sensory input into play, place gold coins in sand. Players dig for their gold coins at each island.
To play a short game and target coping with winning and losing, players can start at the same Home Port. When gold coins are collected, place them in the middle of the board, instead of keeping them. The first player to go all around the board, wins all the gold.
Product review by Jenn Alcorn (SLP) via crazyspeechworld.com:
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