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Pocket ColorCards

Pocket ColorCards: Pocket-sized sets of language flashcards- comparable in size and quality to a good pack of playing cards- are designed to support teaching and therapeutic input in the clinic, school and home.

Contents: 36 cards + 4 instruction cards measuring 118 x 80mm.

User group: Speech & language therapists, teachers, occupational therapists, educational psychologists, parents, carers, language teachers.

Early Objects

To develop a naming vocabulary through play

Opens up many language opportunities with a variety of easily recognised everyday objects relating to the child's familiar surroundings. Includes clothes, toys, animals, food, garden and playground.

Early Opposites

Introducing opposites in a simple and entertaining way

Illustrating the main opposites essential to the teaching of basic language, this set contains many adjectives and prepositions to help increase a child's vocabulary. Includes in front and behind a tent, wet and dry hair, hot and cold food.

Early Actions

An imaginative and creative method of developing a verb vocabulary

Provides an imaginative and creative method of developing a verb vocabulary. Includes emotions, moving around, getting ready, school and meal times.

Early Sequences

For an engaging introduction to sequencing

These cards demonstrate simple, three-step sequentially related actions to help establish basic concepts and develop appropriate language. Contents include paddling pool sequence, getting dressed, face painting and tidying a playroom.

Fun Pictures

Discover the deliberate mistake in these humorous and entertaining cards

Based on the successful What's Wrong? Format, the fun element is the realisation that there is a deliberate mistake in each picture.

Match Up

A creative matching game using objects in different forms and contexts

Offering a step beyond simple recognition and naming, these 18 pairs of photocards show objects in two different contexts and, in some cases, in different physical forms.

Guess What?

For a lively introduction to predicting outcomes

Designed to develop early sequencing, these 18 pairs of cards show an activity on the first card followed by a related activity on the second card to help the user predict outcomes and tell a simple story.

Snack Time

A versatile set to broaden vocabulary

Use these in activities and games on all aspects of food and drink from shopping to mealtimes. Also useful for grouping, classification and social /life skills activities.

Head & Tails

A new and exciting matching game

18 familiar objects are shown over two cards. The front half of each object is on the left-hand card and the back half is on the right. The game is to find the two halves and match them together. Useful for early language skills and for developing the concepts of front and back. The objects are all shown from the side and face to the left.

How's Teddy

Introducing feelings in a simple and lively way

There are 18 different attributes each illustrated on two cards. In one card of the pair a teddy shows the feeling. In the second it is a child, but teddy also appears in the picture. Includes: happy; frightened; loving; cold; tired; strong.

How Many?

For an enjoyable introduction to number

Contains groups of simple objects, and written numerals up to 10. Based on the theme of a birthday party, the cards are attractive to young children and provide many language opportunities. Includes: two balloons; six party hats; ten lollipops.

Shape & Size

Differences in shape and size illustrated in a simple and appealing way

These concepts and vocabulary are needed for early number work. The four basic shapes - circle, square, rectangle and triangle - are used along with the concepts big and small and short and long. The comparatives bigger and longer, and the superlatives biggest and longest are also included. Includes: a round clock; a square sandwich; a rectangular pencil case; a triangular paper hat.