Find the Link
A Word-Finding and Category Game for Groups and Individuals
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after April 29, 2022
Now in an exciting second edition, this fun and interactive board game has been designed to develop word-finding and categorisation skills for children and adults.
With over 200 photographic cards and a colourful, versatile board, Find the Link can be used to facilitate a number of connecting and categorisation games, encouraging users to draw on their existing knowledge and descriptive skills to develop vocabulary, classification, logical thought and concentration. Collaborative and competitive games can be played individually, or in groups of 2 – 5 players, providing opportunities for social engagement alongside skill development.
The game includes:
• 200 hexagonal cards with new and updated images, which can also be used alone for sorting and classification
• 40 card categories, ranging from basic groups such as animals, food, clothes and transport, to complex groups such as function and place
• A colourful versatile board
• An instruction booklet, with guidance and instructions for different games
Part of the bestselling Colorcards series, this is an essential resource for anybody working with young children, adults with impaired language abilities, children and adults with special educational needs, or those learning English as an additional language.
Diana Williams initially trained as a speech and language therapist before moving into higher education as a lecturer and then as an educational developer. She is the author of several publications that provide practical resources for therapists and practitioners working with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage. These include the practical manuals Early Listening Skills for use with children who have hearing loss and Early Visual Skills for use with children who have underdeveloped visual perceptual skills. She co-authored Working with Children’s Language and recently completed the revision and updating of a second edition of this handbook for the ‘Working with’ series by Speechmark.