Help young children develop language and increase comprehension while having fun. This card set geared to early childhood helps students simultaneously build critical thinking skills and learn new vocabulary.
The Early Childhood Vocabulary Development Card Set contains 200 cards that feature common nouns relevant to the lives of young children, displaying the word along its illustration. The back of each vocabulary card features questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy to guide teachers as they engage students with the terms.
A Word Play Activities book is included as a guide for teachers to inspire creative and varied uses of the vocabulary cards. It features 100+ games, activities, strategies, and formative assessments, including ideas for auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners. It also contains graphic organizers, word wall activities, vocabulary activities, cheers, and chants.
Description: 200 cards and a Word Play Activities book
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 in. (cards)
Product Weight: approx. 3 lb.
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