48 pages | 48 Color Illus.
What’s Missing? Second Edition is designed to promote observation, visual and auditory skills including the development of descriptive language. Comprising 48 fully-updated colour flashcards depicting 24 everyday scenes, each card shows a complete scene and another with five items missing. The scenes are presented with increasing levels of difficulty to allow for selection when working with students of different ages and abilities. Missing items may be categorised as either having no influence on a situation, causing an inconvenience, preventing the functioning of an object, or not being possible in real life – both encouraging basic reasoning and the development of problem solving skills.
48 A5 colour flashcards depicting a range of scenarios with a number of items removed.
Instruction booklet providing guidance on administration. Includes instructions in English, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
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:
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.