ColorLibrary Food by Speechmark
  

Synopsis

ColorLibrary Food by Speechmark

This title features a superb set of cards that does not rely on packaging to identify a range of food items. The cards can be used as a starting point for conversation by sorting them into their various categories and then lead to a multitude of activities at various levels of difficulty, for example, 'Show me the bread' or 'Which one is made with flour?' The categories are: fruit - such as apple, orange, pineapple; vegetables - such as cabbage, leeks, potatoes; basics - such as bread, flour, eggs; prepared food - such as curry and rice, steak and chips, pizza; drinks - such as beer, coffe, water; and snacks - such as hot dog, crisps, ice cream.

About the Author

ColorLibraries are file boxes containing 96 cards that are divided into six categories, designed to create a rich resource of essential vocabulary. The cards can be used effectively to enhance a range of language skills. For example: # Developing verbal comprehension # Encouraging expressive language # Vocabulary building # Classification # Developing communication skills.

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Book Info

Format

Cards
96 pages

Author

Speechmark
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Publisher

Speechmark Publishing Ltd
www.speechmark.net

Publication date

1st June 1990

ISBN

9780863883989


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