A simple visual representation of absurdities that can be easily understood by preschoolers.
36 printable cards with pictures and sentences depicting something that could happen and something that could not happen, i.e., “The rabbit is driving a car.” “The clown is driving a car.”
The student points to the picture that represents something that could really happen, then explains why the one chosen is not absurd.
Also includes a book version containing 25 of the cards that can be used on an iPad in iBooks.
Download includes instructions for obtaining the free, coordinating box for use in the SpeechBox app for iPad users.
Incorporates the use of both receptive and expressive language skills.