What's Different?: Colorcards (Flashcards) book cover

What's Different?: Colorcards

By Speechmark

© 1992 – Routledge

48 pages

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Flashcards: 9780863883958
pub: 1992-06-01
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Description

You can develop visual discrimination. Three differences exist between each pair of cards in this set. The task is to identify and explain the differences, encouraging a wide range of communication and language skills. The set comprises 24 pairs of photographs showing well-known activities concerned with work, leisure and daily living such as: cooking; dressmaking; gardening. More advanced skills can be used by showing one card and then removing it when you show the second card, thus requiring the differences to be recalled from memory. The photos are visually clear, but depict detail as well as the main theme or activity. The variety of colours, forms and objects ensure that the material is interesting and stimulating.

About the Series

Colorcards

This bestselling series contains inspiring, professional materials designed to help develop both language and social skills. Uniquely created for use by professionals including speech and language therapists and educators, colorcards® are designed to support students of all ages and abilities.

Each box comes with an instruction booklet and flashcards which are designed to:

  • Improve attention, language and observation skills, including listening, understanding, vocabulary, writing skills, expressive language, auditory memory, sequencing, turn-taking, classification, logical thought and problem solving
  • Encourage and inspire visual and kinaesthetic learners
  • Develop emotional literacy
  • Create a five minute warmer or filler, or form the main part of a session

The images of real objects, people, situations and activities are chosen and photographed with great care to maximise the educational benefit for students from early years through mainstream education and special education, to adult learning and ESOL.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
JNF000000
JUVENILE NONFICTION / General