Describing Words About PEOPLE for Special Education and Language Skills
Learning to use descriptive words in speaking and writing can actually be fun for your kids! This activity focuses on the topic of people and opens up discussion for describing what their hair, body, teeth, skin, hands, and eyes looks like. Each "chart board" has six real-life pictures depicting these features (36 in all). Included with this download are 36 matching cards to create a discussion about descriptive words. There are many more that your students may think of and it will keep their imaginations busy!
EASY to assemble and use in your classroom TODAY! Just print on white card stock paper and laminate. Add some velcro and binder rings and it's ready to go!
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