The Lang-O-Learn cards are great for teaching basic language skills to preschool age children; children and adults with autism; developmental delay, or speech and language delay; or to anyone first learning or re-learning basic language skills.
The 50 Real Photo Food Card set features bright, colorful, and current photographic images for teaching basic language skills. Each card is labeled on the reverse in 17 common languages:
The cards are 3 ½” X 5” with consistent horizontal presentation, and are printed on a durable cardstock with a glossy, protective varnish that can be wiped off with a damp cloth.
With the multi-language labeling, the Lang-O-Learn cards are particularly popular with ESL, ELL and foreign language programs.
The Lang-0-Learn Food Card Set includes 50 images:
Apple, Banana, Grapes, Orange, Watermelon, Strawberries, Peach, Corn, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Carrots, Peas, Salad, Spaghetti, Rice, Soup, Sandwich, Tacos, Pizza, Burger, Hotdog, Corn Dog, Chicken, French Fries, Cookies, Cake, Cupcake, Donuts, Cereal, Bagel, Bread, Toast, Eggs, Cheese, Butter, Ketchup, Peanut Butter, Crackers, Corn Chips, Pretzels, Popcorn, Jello, Ice Cream, Popsicle, Raisins, Candy, Gummy Bears, Milk, Soda & Juice
The following are free resources for Activities, Lesson Plans, Record Keeping Aids and Articles related to the Lang-0-Learn Food Cards:
Data Keeping Sheets (for use with ABA or Autism Education)
Que es autismo? -- or Spanish-Speaking Families
Background on Teaching Autism Language with Pictures
Why Real Photos? What about Cartoons?
Encouraging Emerging Language and Receptive Vocabulary
From Basic Vocabulary to Building Sentences
Labeling and Requesting
- Downloadable Instruction Manual PDF Coming Soon