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Language Development: Tense Sequencing Cards
By: Renata Bursten, Dragonfly Staff




Subtle language concepts like past, present, and future are often best taught by showing many different examples all illustrating the same concept. This set of cards is perfect for this purpose. Try pairing the cards with a "real life" example to start working with them.
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Assentive Communication: Hey, What's that Sound?

To help children match sounds with pictures of instruments, try putting pictures of musical instruments on the Cheap Talk's squares, and add the recorded sounds of the instruments. Here is a game to play: Play the sampled sounds for the child covering the square pressed. Can the child find the right instrument picture? If the sound is the same, they did it!

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