Many of the verb cards also offer more than one example, so you can increase generalization of the learned words. For example, the word "washing" shows someone washing their hands, washing a dog, and washing dishes.
Images in the Language Builder Verbs & Action Words card set show people from various ages, genders and ethnicities engaging in a range of common activities. This variation in actors allows for practice learning gender, pronouns and full sentences.
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For the convenience of the instructor, the back of each card is numbered and provides a label for the featured image, and lists suggested activities for which the card is targeted. An included activity booklet provides more detailed instruction ideas.
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Introduce students to sequencing, and help them understand the logical order of events. The 116 Full-Color photographic cards portray common, everyday activities with a heavy emphasis on self-help skills. The full set includes:
Start students with 3-Card sequences, then let them progress all the way up to 10 cards! The cards are also great for understanding what happens next, teaching storytelling or social stories, learning verbs and tenses, or even to use for self-help skills prompts.
The following are free resources for Activities, Lesson Plans, Record Keeping Aids and Articles related to the Language Builder Sequencing Cards:
Winner of the Tillywig Toy Award and Family Choice Award, this 80-Card set helps students identify and discuss feelings and emotions. The set features a range of actors from 1 to 70 years old, and from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
For the convenience of the instructor, the back of each card is numbered, provides a label for the featured image, and lists suggested activities for which the card is targeted. The back of the cards with the realistic scenarios offer suggested questions and conversation starters. For example, on the playing games card:
|How do they each feel?||Why to they feel that way?|
|Who is winning?||Who is losing?|
|What might happen next?||Do you like to play games?|
|What is your favorite game?||How do you feel when you win/lose?|
An included activity booklet provides more detailed instruction ideas on how to build emotional awareness and social skills. Each hi-gloss card is 3 ½" x 5" and fits seamlessly into the rest of the Language Builder Program.
The Language Builder Emotion Card Set includes 80 images.
The first 40 images are of 5 basic emotions, with 8 different actors portraying each emotion. These basic emotions include:
Happy, Sad, Angry, Surprised & Disgusted
The remaining 40 images depict individuals and groups in realistic, emotion provoking scenarios:
|Practicing Guitar||Sharing Strawberries||Homework with Dad|
|Birthday Party||Feeling Sick in Bed||Building a Toy Boat|
|Board Game||Visiting Grandma||Planting a Tree|
|Leaning Ballet||Building a Puzzle||Mom with Baby|
|Hugging||Arguing over Toy||Eating a Cookie|
|Scarred||Working in Garden||Cooking Together|
|Talking on Phone||Sledding||Looking at Family Album|
|Cleaning Room||Writing in School||Sleepy|
|Doing Homework||Car Trouble||Building Together|
|Computer Work||Sitting Alone||Eating Vegetables|
|At the Library||Concentrating on Cutting||Fell off Tricycle|
|Reading Together||Taking a Test||Unhappy Couple|
|Argue over Purse||Proud of Good Work|
|Selfish with Strawberries||Chemistry Experiment|