Get a giant set of vocabulary photo cards in our newest bundle!
For the past few months, I’ve been working behind the scenes to create a giant resource that I’m so excited to share!
Both you and your learners will love this huge set of picture cards to build vocabulary, critical thinking, speech and language skills, and so much more.
500 Vocabulary Picture Cards
These vocabulary picture cards are ideal for a wide variety of learners!
- Children ages 3-8
- English language learners
- Children with autism and other learning challenges
- Children in speech therapy
Here’s what you’ll get!
- Over 30 sets of themed cards, with 12 – 24 cards per theme. View the product preview in our store to see a complete list of all cards.
- Printable sentence builders, a sorting mat, a yes or no mat, and a “which one is different” mat
- Both large cards (6 per page) and small cards (12 per page) for each theme
- A set of cards with words and a set of cards without words
- An easy to use Table of Contents so you can get what you want quickly and easily. No need to scroll through the file to find what you need!
10 Vocabulary Activities
1. Cards on a ring – Print a set of cards. Laminate them, cut apart, and punch a hole in the upper left corner. Then bind them with a metal ring so your child can flip through the cards and name the pictures.
2. Talk about the pictures – Print and cut apart a variety of pictures and ask questions to get your child talking. “What is this called?” “Is this something you would eat?” “Where does this animal live?”
3. Play a matching game – Print a set of cards twice. Cut them apart. Then turn them upside down and take turns trying to find a match.
4. Learn about object function – Put a set of cards in a row and ask a question about how to use them. “Which of these would you cook with?” or “Which of these would you clean with?” or “Which of these would you play with?”
5. Look and find – Print a single sheet of small cards. Instead of cutting them apart, leave them on a single sheet and give your child poker chips or another manipulative. Name a picture, and have him cover it with the chip.
6. Play a sorting game– Print our sorting mat. Use one of our headers or think of your own idea. Gather a set of cards to fit the theme, and encourage your child to sort the cards according to the categories. (Note that the small cards work best with the printable sorting mat.)
7. Play a Yes or No game– Print several sets of cards and cut apart. Use one of our headers or think of your own idea. Have your child consider the question and put each card on the appropriate side.
8. Which one doesn’t belong? – Print our mat and put four different cards in the squares. Make sure that one is obviously different. Three could be foods, and one could be a vehicle, for example. Ask your child to name which is different, and why. Or you could simply ask, “Which one is NOT something you can eat?” (Note that the mat is designed to be used with the small cards.)
9. Build early literacy skills – Use a set of cards to review early literacy skills, such as rhyming or beginning sounds. You might put out a set of cards and say, “Which one rhymes with dirt?” or “Which one starts with the /p/ sound?” or “Which one starts with an s?” or “Find a picture whose name has 3 syllables.”
10. Make sentences– Print our sentence building cards. Have your child build sentences and use the pictures in the sentences. He can read the sentences back to you to practice reading sight words.
You can get this bundle of photo cards right in our store. Just click on the image below!
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