Waterfall, here are some ideas for games that I use with my students with severe/profound intellectual disabilities. I teach K-5, but these could be used for pre-k as well.
TEACHER CREATED GAMES:
: Create your own bingo games, based on your classroom theme or other concepts you are working on. For students with physical disabilities, show them the picture called and ask if it is on their card. Let them answer yes/no using a Twin Talk or other assistive device. Program a Big Mac for students to yell, "BINGO!" when they cover their card.
Grid Counting Games
: Work on counting and one-to-one correspondence. These are easy to create and can be made for various themes you use in your classroom. Place numbers 1-5 on an All-Turn-It spinner or Dice. Students spin for a number and count corresponding number of game pieces onto each square on the grid. First student to cover the grid WINS! There are lots of FREE printable grids here! http://prekinders.com/grid-games/
Roll and Color Games
: These are also easy to create. Find a simple pattern color sheet to correlate with your theme. Divide picture into 5 sections and number each section. Place numbers 1-5 on an All-Turn-It spinner or Dice. Students spin for a number and color (with crayons or dot-to-dot markers) the corresponding space. First person to complete their picture WINS! There are FREE printable roll and color games here: http://www.makinglearningfun.com/the...ColorPages.htm
I also use some store-bought games with my kiddos. Here are a few suggestions if you want to purchase games:
STORE BOUGHT GAMES:
: A fun color matching game. Students pick a duck as they quack and spin around the pond. They look at the bottom of the duck to see if it matches the color on their game pad. First student to find all 3 of their colored ducks wins!
Teddy Bear Bingo
: A bingo game that reinforces color identification and matching.
Snails Pace Race
: Students race colored snails along the game board.
Hope this helps!