Saturday, January 26, 2013

Hello My Name Is...Describing!

This is a fun activity (with some cute nametag clipart!) for your students working on describing attributes and WH-questions!

Print, cut, and laminate all nametag cards.

When I create activities, I like to think of a variety of ways you can use them! This allows you to use them for more of your caseload!  Here are some ways you can use this set:

1. Tape the cards on the students’ backs. Students must ask questions to try and guess what the cards on their backs say. These questions must elicit a description of the person or the object.

2. Place all cards facedown in a pile. Students take turns drawing cards and describing the person or object on the card. The SLP/teacher will designate the number of attributes the student must give. If the student answers correctly, he/she keeps the card. Whoever has the most cards wins.

3. Hide the cards throughout the room. Have the students go on a hunt for the cards. Students will describe the person or object on the cards they find.

Includes: 48 nametag cards and 6 blank cards

You can find this activity in my TpT store


  1. Very cute! My students love the game Headbandz, which is the same concept as taping the names on each student's back. I like idea of placing them upside down on the table and describing the item to each students really need practice on what the important attributes are, and this would help.

    Talking With Rebecca


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