These simple Halloween reinforcement cards can be used for a variety of speech and language games. There are five pages of candy corn pictures, one page of ghost pictures, and a printable page of the ideas for using them.
Ideas for use:
Articulation – Mix the cards up and place them upside down in a pile in front of each of the students. On their turn, the students say a word, phrase, etc. with their targeted sound and then flip over a card. If it is a candy corn, they say another response and flip another card. This continues until they flip over a ghost and the next student gets a turn. You can get a large number of responses this way.
Any target/stimuli – Place the cards in a bucket or bowl. After the students’ turns, they pick a card. If it is a candy corn, they keep it. If it is a ghost, they have to put one of their candy corn pieces back in the bucket. Whoever has the most candy corn pieces at the end, wins!