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Language Builder Picture Cards - Nouns 2

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Language Builder Picture Noun Cards 2 is a 200-card set of photographic noun cards that offers additional vocabulary for students who have mastered the original language builder set. Categories include body parts, safety signs, tools, musical instruments, insects, sea life, animals, transportation, clothing, on the farm, foods and everyday objects. This set is great for labeling practice, as well as sorting, adjectives, functions, what goes together, storytelling and more. Combine the cards with other Language Builder sets and there are even more great lessons to teach! Cards are 3.5" x 5".

As a company formed by a UCLA trained Applied Behavior Analyst and the parent of a child with autism, Stages Learning Materials is committed to providing parents, professionals, and educators with the highest quality educational materials in the industry. Stages' real-photo flash card sets, games, puzzles and posters offer a broad assortment of images to teach a wide range of language skills. We have cards that are identical to teach pre-language matching, cards to teach receptive and expressive language, cards to teach categorization and similarities; and color cards, shape cards, emotion cards, action cards, sequencing cards and beautiful picture cards to capture your child's attention while engaging their mind. Stages products are found in preschools, day care centers, early childhood classrooms, autism programs, speech language programs, special needs programs, ESL programs and homes around the world. "
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