Compare and Contrast Fun Deck
Provides colourful illustrations to help children identify similarities and differences. It also helps them develop their reasoning skills.
Challenge your students to give precise descriptions of pictures as they participate in the barrier games in this activity kit.
These high-interest activities challenge students to describe the absurdities shown in pictures. This set includes 30 cards that each depict an absurd situation. The student's task is to describe what is wrong in each of the pictures. Great fun!
Picture Comparison Card Deck$17.95, Cards
Challenge your students to describe similarities and differences using the full-colour picture pairs in this set. Each picture pair includes pictures with differences that students must identify and describe. The set includes 60 cards.
Spot what's wrong
These cards are designed to encourage development of a child's visual discrimination, receptive and expressive language skills.
Visual Discrimination$27.95, Softcover
This book aims to develop visual discrimination and critical thinking skills necessary in all areas of learning.
Visual Discrimination for All Kids - Book1$40.00, Softcover
This book focuses on the early visual discrimination skills of matching and classifying pictures and shapes on the basis of sameness.
Visual Discrimination for All Kids - Book2$40.00, Softcover
This book requires the discrimination of sameness and difference for objects with horizontal-vertical, up-down, left-right and variable rotations in space.
Visual Literacy Book 1Softcover
For children 7+, this entertaining book features 30 varied texts and subjects, including a timeline of Johnny Depp's films and instructions for making a Diwali lamp.
Visual Memory Skills$26.95, Softcover
Containing 48 pages of appealing activities, this book will be a fantastic resource to boost children's visual recall skills, and therefore their ability to effectively access the curriculum.
What's That Look on Your Face?$29.95, Hardback
This strikingly illustrated book helps young readers link faces to feelings by presenting situations they can all relate to. Twelve basic feelings are illustrated with an exaggerated facial expression and short poem to reinforce its meaning.