|The spinner tells you where you can look; If you land on "Wave", you need to shake the game to mix up the hidden objects.|
|Example of hidden objects once a panel is removed.|
here there near far somewhere there anywhere for or more
If we are at the sentence level, I have the student say a sentence including two location names and the object before he removes a panel. It might go like this: "Look near or far for a red fish." If he finds what he's looking for, he gets to look for more items in the same location, so I have him say, "Look for more." Sometimes I write out the target phrases/sentences on a card with the "r's" highlighted as a prompt to remember to say all those "r's" correctly.
This game can take up to 15 minutes to complete, but it provides numerous opportunities to practice those "r's". The kids request it repeatedly, so I know they like it, too!