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No-Prep Therapy Activity: Guess My Farm Animal!
Rynette R. Kjesbo, M.S., CCC-SLP
Holy cow! We have another no-prep therapy activity to get lesson-planning done in two shakes of a lamb’s tail. Students will be happier than pigs in mud playing Guess My Farm Animal! They won’t even realize they’re practicing their language, articulation and/or fluency skills. You can bet the farm on it!
Number of Players
  • 2 or more
Materials Needed
  • Guess My Farm Animal game page (one copy for each player or team)
  • Pencils or crayons
  • Bingo Chips (optional)
  • Laminate game pages and use dry erase markers during game play (optional)
Object of the Game
Guess your opponent’s farm animal by asking “yes” or “no” questions about its features.
  • Provide each player with a copy of the game found on the next page.
  • Each player selects a farm animal that his/her opponent will be attempting to guess.
  • Begin by asking your opponent a “yes” or “no” question about his/her chosen farm animal:
    • Example: You might ask “Does your animal have horns?” If your opponent answers “yes,” eliminate all pictures of animals with no horns by crossing them out or covering them with a bingo chip. If your opponent answers “no,” cross out or cover all animals with horns.
  • Take turns asking questions to try to guess your opponent’s farm animal. When you feel confident you can guess your opponent’s animal, do so during your turn.
Tips for Game Play
  • It is helpful for the adult to record the number of the picture chosen for each player and keep the answer safe until the end of the game.
  • For groups of players larger than two:
    • Divide into teams of two.
    • Designate one player to answer questions and the remaining players to ask the questions. The player who guesses the picture correctly then becomes the player answering questions.
  • Use the visual cues found on the following page to help players struggling to identify, label, and describe attributes.

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