This day is great for all children to work on asking questions and providing descriptions. For instance, the child may try to “guess” what animal the speech-language pathologist is thinking of. This helps him/her formulate questions with words in the right order. Additionally, it helps the child categorize information, as they have to think of the “clues” in order to ask the next question and then guess the animal! Children working on articulation may have themed-words or try to think of as many animals as they can that contain their “sound”. Children with autism may engage in pretend play to help generalize their skills.