The story will be interrupted by the appearance of a question mark. It will be up to the children to find the continuation or the end of the story by using their imagination.Themes: The funny ghost – The roller skate champion – The baby birds ready to leave the nest – Washed too hot – A coveted seat..
The story will be interrupted by the appearance of a question mark. It will be up to the children to find the continuation or the end of the story by using their imagination.Content: 24 stories made up of 5 to 9 color cards (9 x 8.5 cm), 3 question marks, i.e. 145 cards. With a note...
A box full of stories in tender and joyful colors that can be used in class in a thousand and one ways.Funny or serious episodes, multiple and varied adventures, so many situations borrowed from the universe and the daily life of children that can be told, recounted in writing or staged.The water le..
"What's Wacky?" How about a pig vacuuming his pig pen or a dog mowing the lawn! Your students will have a ball during language therapy using these creative, kooky cards (2½" x 3½"). Each deck has 28 pairs of wacky scenes (numbered and lettered for easy sorting), two list cards, and two instruction/i..
From getting up to going to bedGet up – shower – have lunch – brush your teeth. This is how most children's day starts. The series "A day with FLO" illustrates, step by step, the course of a day, from getting up to going to bed. The activities depicted are familiar to children who have no difficulty..
Getting to know and using adjectives and their
opposites. With the picture stories, the children learn how to describe things
and activities precisely with adjectives. You will practice declining
adjectives, the semantically correct use of important pairs of opposites, for
example sad - happy, f..
What is your name?What do you like to do on rainy days?These questions and more will help your students sharpen their ability to ask and answer basic questions. Students can use the 56 question cards to talk about themselves and learn about others. The deck includes basic questions, open-ended quest..
The Analogies Fun Deck is a great way for your students to learn early verbal reasoning skills, vocabulary, and concepts such as part/whole, categories, opposites, function, and similarities and differences. Each deck includes 56 big, colorfully illustrated analogy cards (28 pairs), a content list, ..
"Take two big steps." "Take two little steps." Get your students movin' and groovin' while learning to understand basic concepts and follow directions. This deck contains 28 fun-filled concept pairs to teach these important skills. Use the colorful cards to play many unique and exciting games! Inclu..
The little boy puts a leash on his dog, and… what happens next? (The boy walks his dog.) Your kids will enjoy learning how to predict outcomes with this colorful 28-pair, picture card deck. (56 total playing cards!). Also includes two game ideas and two content cards. Cards measure 2½" x 3½" and are..
The Comparatives Fun Deck contains 54 cards arranged in delightful trios that make the differences in degree come alive. In one set, card A shows a "happy" dog with one bone, card B shows a "happier" dog with two bones, and Card C shows a dog with a bunch of bones—the "happiest" of the group! Studen..
Difficult Situations Fun Deck helps students discuss how they would react to a variety of stressful situations. For example, "Another student keeps looking at your answers during a test." What would you do? Use these 56 illustrated cards to talk about safety, emotions, and different ways of acting i..