Picture My Picture Feelings and Emotions Flash Cards | 40 Emotion Development Language Photo Cards | 5 Learning Games | Speech Therapy Materials and ESL Materials
- Package Dimensions: 6.3 x 4.3 x 1 inches
- Item Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months and up
- BENEFITS: Encourages language development, communication and conversation.
- DETAILS: 40 cards per set. Each card measures 3.9 x 5.9 and is double sided - the image is on the front and the teaching label is on the reverse side.
- SUITABLE FOR: General education, Speech Therapy, English As A Second Language (ESL), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and as a teaching resource for autism. Ideal for children and adults.
- TEACHING TARGETS: 10 feelings and emotions. There are 4 images for each of the following - happy, sad, angry, surprised, frustrated, scared, worried, tired, silly and bored.
- ADDED FEATURE: This set includes a list of ideas and activities, making it a great educational tool for teachers and parents, in the classroom and at home.
Read more Premium quality Printed on high quality stock with a water and smudge proof coating. Packaged in a sturdy box with a removable lid. Read more Teach with joy Captivating Clear and interesting images. Explicitly chosen to assist with ease of understanding. Purposeful Target emotion listed on the reverse side to assist with ease of teaching. Supportive Step by step guide in order of difficulty. Suitable for early through to more advanced learners. Inclusive Modern pictures of people from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds and of varying ages. Read more Immense teaching potential Product details 40 cards per set, 10 emotions.4 images per emotionEndorsed by Speech Therapists, ABA Therapists, Teachers and ParentsPerfect in the classroom and at home A step by step guide is included For early learners Instructions include: Touching the emotionNaming the emotionMatching the emotionSorting the cards by emotionActing the emotionPlaying snap (requires 2 sets) For more advanced learners Suggestions include Creating examples of when/where/why emotions are felt Read more Read more