This is a pack of 57 cards (each 64 x 90mm) which show 19 different 3 step sequences. The illustrations are clear and unfussy and can also be used to stimulate storytelling and prediction skills. Supplied in a handy flip lid storage tin together with instruction cards.
These 6 board games will help children expand their vocabulary and become confident with different parts of speech. Each board game covers a different area: nouns, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, verbs, tenses and sentence building. The bright illustrations keep pupils interested and engaged. Contains 6 playing boards (with instructions printed on the board) counters, a die and spinners. Suitable for pupils aged 7-11 years.
A more complex set of puzzles than the 4 stage sequencing set. * different story sequences to learn 6 step sequences of a variety of activities such as making cookies, Shopping, getting ready for school etc. Picture cards measure 4.5" x 3.75".
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A set of 48 Picture Cards (size 4.5" x 3.75") depicting 4 step stories for children to assemble in order and talk about.
For more complex sequences, buy the 6 Step Sequencing Puzzles
A set of 28 pairs of clearly and colourfully illustrated cards that will help to develop an understanding of the meaning and the concept of opposites. Such as Wet/dry, up/down, fast/slow, front/back and so on. A superb resource for introducing and developing the concept of oppposites with young children. Instruction cards are included and the cards all come in a handy flip lid storage tin.
A set of 12 self-correcting 3 piece puzzles for helping a child to learn the process of cause, action and effect - for example the dirty shirt is put in the washing machine and then it is clean again.
A set of 4 puzzles illustrating the sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. Each picture is surrounded by 8 different objects which can be found in each room.
A set of 10 different coloured Beanie bags with the name of each colour stitched onto one side. Ideal for early colour recognition activities.