Thanks for taking a look at my “Comparative Attribute Cards”. I use these in my classroom to assess my students’ knowledge of common comparative attributes. While I use these with my Early Childhood Special Education students, these are also a great resource for any preschool, kindergarten, and ELL students.
Included in this set are 40 cards that are each 4.25” x 5.5”. There are four cards for each attribute: big, small, tall, short, hot, cold, loud and quiet.
To use these cards, just copy onto white cardstock, cut out and laminate. There are title pages included for each attribute (such as “Which ones are cold?”) You can either put all of the cards on a ring together, or you can make small books for each attribute.
While I store these on a metal ring, when I am ready to use them I find it easiest to have the cards off of the ring like flashcards. I ask the student the question on each card as I go through, and as they answer, I make a “correct” pile, and an “incorrect” pile. After they are done I can easily record their answers on the data sheet.
I have included the data recording sheet that I use to make it easier to record your results.
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