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Fun and functional way to expand verbal expression and written language.
The purpose of these materials is to build verbal expression as well as written language. These materials will assist students in organizing their thoughts to provide detailed information when speaking or writing. Students will learn a variety of attributes and characteristics that can be used to improve the content of their verbal and written language. Students will learn to consider labels, categories, functions, characteristics such as size, shape, color, and parts or associated items.
The product includes 50 full color picture cards to be used as discussion and teaching cards.
The cards are provided in two formats. One set is designed for use on an iPad and requires no printing. Save the file to iBooks and present individual card pages as needed for teaching and discussion. The second set includes the same 50 items as the no print iPad version, but are on 13 printable pages with 4 cards per page.
In addition there are two sets of worksheets. One set is designed for use by students that are readers and an additional set is designed for use with nonreaders.
The worksheets for readers include 50 printable worksheet / writing pages (coordinated with the 50 cards) that you may use to have your students practice written language.
There is also 1 worksheet with no target noun image designed to be used with any picture of your choosing. This worksheet provides space for the student to draw and write about a noun of your or their choice.
The worksheets provide space for writing and organizing details for specific noun attributes as well as a place for writing a passage title and a descriptive passage about the item.
The worksheets for nonreaders include 20 printable worksheets coordinated with 20 of the full color noun cards. These worksheets are designed for the student to draw a specific picture, then use visual cues to describe the picture he/she has drawn.
A PICTURE IT! (Jr.) ANCHOR CHART is also included to assist in teaching students about attributes and characteristics that can be used to improve the content of their verbal and written language.
To make it easier to select the vocabulary you wish to teach, the iPad picture cards pages and printable worksheet pages are in alphabetical order. An alphabetical list of the noun vocabulary images used in this packet is also included for your convenience.