ConversaCards are communication skills teaching tools for therapists, teachers and parents. These card sets help teach and improve these essential skills:
- Listening skills
- Conversation skills
- Social skills
Use these bright, easy-to-handle- photographic cards to teach storytelling. making inferences, and sequencing events. Cards measure 5 ¼" x 3 ¼"; each set includes 52 photographic cards and 2 therapist/teacher resource cards.
For Grades P-1, Ages 3-7What Happened?
Teaches expressive language skills, storytelling, vocabulary, deductive reasoning, imagining, making inferences, and sequencing past events. Photos include a flood, children in a colorful ball pit, a dog and child covered with mud and many more. Questions on the back of each card include: What happened? What do you think will happen next? Has anything like this ever happened to you?What Comes Next?
This set teaches sequencing, storytelling, problem solving, logical thinking, predicting results and hypothesizing. Photos include 2-card sequencing of a child eating, a child building blocks, a child cutting; and 3-card sequencing pictures show a child setting a table, making chocolate milk and many more. Questions on the back of each card ask: Which card comes first? What Comes Next? Put the cards in order and tell me the story.What Do You Need?
Teaches reasoning, expressive language skills, critical thinking, vocabulary, and part-whole semantic relationships. Photos and questions on back of cards include children having a picnic (What do you need for a picnic? What do you like to eat at picnics? What can you do to get ready for a picnic?), and children playing baseball (What do you need to play baseball? Have you ever played baseball? Whom would you like to play baseball with?) and many, many more cards.What Do You Do With It?
Teaches reasoning, expressive language skills, critical thinking, vocabulary and part-whole semantic relationships. Photos are of objects (so good to use with adults) such as a comb, a pencil, shovel, box, towel, drum and many, many more. Questions on the reverse side ask What is the name of this? What do you do with this? Have you ever used one?