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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Bee Happy Grab-n-Go Game

We tell you about so many other great products that I tend forget to tout our own fun therapy materials.  Although you can easily find and purchase our games and workbooks on CD on our website   the ads do not tell the whole story.  With Spring here what better time to play our BEE HAPPY game!

This is from our Grab-n-Go series that we created.  These are quick play games that are stored in a cloth bag which is also used in the game play. Everything you need is right at your fingertips! It is  very lightweight and portable.   This particular one is a generic game that can be used as a motivator to keep your students interest up and keep them involved in therapy.  Game play is simple.  Once the student has produced the desired speech or language target they get a turn to draw a stick out of the bag.  The player who collects the most flowers is the winner, but there are twists in the game play. If they draw a stick that says "Bee Happy" they get to draw again; if they draw a stick with a "bee" image they are stung and are temporarily out of the game.  They still do their speech or language task, but they can't draw a stick.  When any player pulls a "beehive" then all players who have been stung are now back in the game.  The game is over when all the sticks have been pulled from the bag.  A very simple quick play game but the kids love it, even the older ones.

It sells for $19.99 and can be purchased here:

Unfortunately I have to remind you that this little game is copyrighted by us and reproduction of it is illegal.  If you wish to tell about it in a blog simply credit us as the source and include a link.

This is one of our bestsellers at conferences!

Have fun today!
Leah J Musgrave, M.S. CCC-Sp
Dean Trout, retired SLP

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