Turtle Talk: Fluency and Language Boardgame


1,440 questions/answers on 240 illustrated playing cards to help your students use smooth and easy speech. Includes BIG 16″ x 16″ sturdy game board, durable plastic turtle, 72 foam Turtle Tokens, a 16-page booklet with suggested answers, pawns and dice.

SKU: GB137


Fluency and Language Boardgame

In this innovative fluency and language game, players pick a card, answer a skill-level question, roll the dice, “skate” around the board and collect Turtle Tokens as they go! Turtle Talk is ideal for non-readers also.

Turtle Talk has 240 fluency/language cards that are divided into six categories:

  • Animals
  • Around the Home
  • Food
  • Holidays and Seasons
  • Occupations
  • Things you Wear.

Each card has 6 questions on one side and a colorful illustration on the other side. Use the illustration to help elicit desired responses. Turtle Talk is also flexible enough to target a student’s individual skill level. For fluency, the game targets 6 skill levels that increase in difficulty.

Turtle Talk Fluency and Language Game contains:

  • Game board (16″ x 16″)
  • 72 foam Turtle Tokens
  • 240 cards (2⅓” x 3⅛”)
  • 6 Pawns
  • 2 Dice
  • Durable plastic turtle
  • Instructions with game variations
  • Booklet with suggested answers
  • Reproducible awards (6)

Additional information




Game board (16" x 16") / 72 foam Turtle Tokens / 240 cards (2⅓" x 3⅛") / 6 Pawns / 2 Dice / Durable plastic turtle / Instructions with game variations / Booklet with suggested answers / Reproducible awards (6)

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