Spark Sequencing Cards - Set 2

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The New Way to Target Sequence and Storytelling Skills

The Spark Sequence and Storytelling Cards are the perfect tool for advancing beyond basic sequencing. They are easy to use and versatile, targeting a range of goals. The user manual includes 'WH' questions and hypothetical problem-solving tasks for each picture scene, making them an excellent resource for developing critical thinking and verbal communication skills. The beautifully illustrated pictures provide detailed scenarios that go beyond the basics, requiring critical thinking and offering the perfect challenge for your child.

 

Key Features

  • Adaptable to Many Levels: Easily adaptable to various skill levels, these cards can be used with children at different stages of learning. Ideal for individual or group activities, making them perfect for both classroom and home use.
  • Durable and Thick Cards: Made from high-quality, thick materials to ensure longevity. Laminated for durability, these cards can withstand frequent use without showing wear.
  • High-Quality Illustrations: Each card features beautifully illustrated, colorful scenes that are engaging and detailed. The images provide ample context for developing picture interpretation skills and beyond.
  • Organized and Accessible: Large 4.5” x 4.5” cards are easy for children to handle and use. Packaged with stand-up colored tabs for easy access and organized storage, keeping your learning environment tidy and efficient.
  • Flying a Kite
  • Shopping Trip
  • Going to the Vet
  • Going Ice Skating
  • Painting a Room
  • Building an Igloo
  • Baking a Cake
  • Going to the Airport
  • A Trip to the Pet Store

Here are some ideas of different ways SPARK cards can be used but not limited to;

ARTICULATION: Circle objects in the picture scenes with target sounds. Practice the words or phrases. Have the child tell a story about the scenes.

EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE:

Increasing Vocabulary: Label basic vocabulary words and objects in pictures. Describe, categorize and expound on the concepts.

Sentence structure: Have the child formulate a sentence for each picture card. Give the child a word to use to formulate sentences. Work on increasing MLU by increasing the length and complexity of the sentences.

Telling Narratives: Teach a child how to tell a story. Focus on story elements such as character, setting, plot, climax, and conflict. Have the child formulate sentences, use conjunctions and transitional words to tell the story in sequential order.

Main Idea: Have the child identify a title for a set of story cards and/or tell a main idea for each picture illustration.

Use of Pronouns: Circle the characters in the picture cards. Have the child practice using pronouns correctly when formulating sentences about the characters.

Verb Usage: Line up several cards and work on past, present, future tense verbs. Work on verbs, plurals, and irregular plurals while describing the picture cards and formulating sentences about them.

RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE:

Sequence it: Have the child set the cards up in the correct order using inferencing skills to infer the correct order of the cards.   

Answering ‘wh’ questions: Using the prompt cards, ask ‘WH’ questions such as WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY and HOW.

SOCIAL SKILLS:

Emotions: Use a marker to make thinking bubbles and/or speech bubbles to illustrate what the characters might be thinking, saying and feeling.

Problem Solving: Work on cause and effect and possible solutions to solve the problems depicted in the pictures.

 

The New Way to Target Sequence and Storytelling Skills

The Spark Sequence and Storytelling Cards are the perfect tool for advancing beyond basic sequencing. They are easy to use and versatile, targeting a range of goals. The user manual includes 'WH' questions and hypothetical problem-solving tasks for each picture scene, making them an excellent resource for developing critical thinking and verbal communication skills. The beautifully illustrated pictures provide detailed scenarios that go beyond the basics, requiring critical thinking and offering the perfect challenge for your child.

 

Key Features

  • Adaptable to Many Levels: Easily adaptable to various skill levels, these cards can be used with children at different stages of learning. Ideal for individual or group activities, making them perfect for both classroom and home use.
  • Durable and Thick Cards: Made from high-quality, thick materials to ensure longevity. Laminated for durability, these cards can withstand frequent use without showing wear.
  • High-Quality Illustrations: Each card features beautifully illustrated, colorful scenes that are engaging and detailed. The images provide ample context for developing picture interpretation skills and beyond.
  • Organized and Accessible: Large 4.5” x 4.5” cards are easy for children to handle and use. Packaged with stand-up colored tabs for easy access and organized storage, keeping your learning environment tidy and efficient.
  • Flying a Kite
  • Shopping Trip
  • Going to the Vet
  • Going Ice Skating
  • Painting a Room
  • Building an Igloo
  • Baking a Cake
  • Going to the Airport
  • A Trip to the Pet Store

Here are some ideas of different ways SPARK cards can be used but not limited to;

ARTICULATION: Circle objects in the picture scenes with target sounds. Practice the words or phrases. Have the child tell a story about the scenes.

EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE:

Increasing Vocabulary: Label basic vocabulary words and objects in pictures. Describe, categorize and expound on the concepts.

Sentence structure: Have the child formulate a sentence for each picture card. Give the child a word to use to formulate sentences. Work on increasing MLU by increasing the length and complexity of the sentences.

Telling Narratives: Teach a child how to tell a story. Focus on story elements such as character, setting, plot, climax, and conflict. Have the child formulate sentences, use conjunctions and transitional words to tell the story in sequential order.

Main Idea: Have the child identify a title for a set of story cards and/or tell a main idea for each picture illustration.

Use of Pronouns: Circle the characters in the picture cards. Have the child practice using pronouns correctly when formulating sentences about the characters.

Verb Usage: Line up several cards and work on past, present, future tense verbs. Work on verbs, plurals, and irregular plurals while describing the picture cards and formulating sentences about them.

RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE:

Sequence it: Have the child set the cards up in the correct order using inferencing skills to infer the correct order of the cards.   

Answering ‘wh’ questions: Using the prompt cards, ask ‘WH’ questions such as WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY and HOW.

SOCIAL SKILLS:

Emotions: Use a marker to make thinking bubbles and/or speech bubbles to illustrate what the characters might be thinking, saying and feeling.

Problem Solving: Work on cause and effect and possible solutions to solve the problems depicted in the pictures.