RT Speech & Language

  • $29.50

    Sorting & Classifying Photo Cards

    $29.50

    Learning cards are a wonderful way to reinforce basic principles, lessons, and skills. The Sorting and Classifying set includes 48 cards including,photographs of a variety of familiar items for sorting and classifying. Also includes a resource guide and vocabulary lists in English, Spanish, and French. It develops memory, observation skills, plus expressive and receptive language skills, it also supports NCTE and NAEYC standards. Key Education products are intended to engage and educate young and special learners, as well as assist teachers in building a strong and developmentally appropriate curriculum for these children.

  • $38.00

    Sounds Good To Me

    $38.00

    This interactive book teaches the letters of the alphabet and how they sound at the beginning of words. Students match, identify, and label the pictures, then put them on the appropriate square to match the letter with the same beginning sound. You can also ask the students questions that they can answer verbally or by pointing to the correct picture. (Example : What do you use when it rains? Answer: umbrella)

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    Stand Up to Bullying!

    $18.50

    Who has the most power to stop and prevent bullying? Teachers? Parents? The Principal of the Universe? No, no, and no way! When it comes to changing bullying behavior, nobody has more power than upstanders—all the people who see bullying or know it’s happening . . . and decide to do something about it. How strong are upstanders? Stronger than a snarling seventh grader. More powerful than a petty put-down. Able to delete Internet rumors with a single click. When Bystanders choose to act as UPstanders, they are real superheroes!

    With full-color cartoons and humorous, kid-friendly text, Stand Up to Bullying! teaches kids how to safely take a stand against bullying, support kids who are targeted, and spread the word that bullying is not cool—it’s cruel. The power to end bullying starts with one person: you.

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    Story Retell

    $45.50

    Improve students' listening and reading comprehension skills as well as their story retelling ability with these 60 child-appealing stories. Each story has a colorful illustration providing visual cues for students that struggle with story retelling.
    There are two levels of stories:

    Level 1 – has 20 stories, 5–7 sentences long, with a readability level of grades 2–3.
    Level 2 – has 40 stories, 8–10 sentences long, with a readability level of grades 4–5.

    Deck includes game ideas and tips that give students multiple opportunities for practice. Cards are 3″ x 5″ and come in a sturdy storage tin.

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    Teen Talk

    $29.90

    A fun way to REALLY get to know your friends. Conversation game for teens, created by teens. This set of 50 diverse questions is sure to spark colorful conversation among teens. The carabiner clip attaches to backpacks, sports bags or overnight bags for fun conversations anytime, anywhere. Learn everything about your friends.

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    Teen Talk In a Jar

    $23.50

    This is the game for teenagers to break the ice and start conversations with their peers. With Teen Talk in a Jar, you have access to 101 interesting questions to stimulate dialogue and break through awkwardness! Users will enjoy reading the thought provoking prompts on each card and sharing their opinions. Turn it into a standalone game or use the cards to supplement existing activities! Use this social communication resource in your home, classroom, or clinic to get kids talking with ease.

    Examples of questions include: If you had to define “normal” how would you define it? Which song's lyrics best describe your life? What scares you most about growing old? If you had money to buy one thing that would fit in your room, what would you want?

    This jar includes 101 question cards to help get kids talking to prompt interesting discussions. The cards are great for advisory time activities. Ages 13 & Up

  • $38.00

    The Ups and Downs of Opposites

    $38.00

    This interactive reading book allows the exploration of opposites. There are 2 sentences on each page with examples of pairs of opposites. (Example : The dishes are dirty. The clothes are clean.) Students match the pictures, identify, and label them. They then put the appropriate pictures and words together.

  • $49.00

    Things I Do At Home

    $49.00

    An interactive reading book that depicts what children do at home. This book uses the vocabulary and activities that might make-up a typical day at home as a basis for the reading activities. It also contains 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages where students work on matching, identifying, and labeling pictures.

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    Trend Flash Cards – Animals

    $9.50

    56 two-sided cards per set, with quick-sorting rounded corners. 50 vertebrate animal cards are color-coded by classification: mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians. Photo-realistic art.

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    Trend Flash Cards – Telling Time

    $9.50

    56 two-sided cards per set, with quick-sorting rounded corners. 52 cards feature analog clocks showing time on the hour, quarter hour, and half hour. Digital and word equivalents at the back of the card. Includes 4 information/activity cards. Ideal for home, school, or travel.

  • $25.50

    Understanding Emotions Cards

    $25.50

    These are pictures with real people expressing emotions on how they feel according to the situations.

    3″ and 30 pieces.

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    Understanding Inferences

    $35.50

    Motivate students to boost reasoning skills with these colourful and clever illustrations and situations. Fun way to practice inferring hidden meanings. 52 cards, 2.” X 3.5”

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    Using His, Her & Their

    $35.50

    The Using His, Her, & Their Fun Deck is a creative way to teach students correct use of the pronouns his, her, and their. This deck contains 26 brightly illustrated card pairs. The first card in the pair introduces a character scene and provides a question to elicit the appropriate pronoun. (“Dudley owns a bike. Whose bike is it?”) The second card provides the answer, using the pronoun his, her or their. (“It is his bike.”) Deck also includes content and game idea cards for added pronoun fun! Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin

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    Using I & Me

    $35.50

    I built a sandcastle with my friends.” “My friends built a sandcastle with me.” The Using “I and Me” Fun Deck contains 26 pairs of playfully illustrated cards that target the personal pronouns I and me. The deck also includes three bonus cards for game variations, content cards, and game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin. I like to play fun card games. Come play with me!

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    What Are They Asking?

    $35.50

    These cards present a situation in which one character is asking a question… and you decide what they’re asking. Exercise creativity and reasoning abilities while encouraging conversational speech or use as writing prompt. 56 cards

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    What Are They Thinking?

    $72.50

    An inspiring and creative resource for developing empathy, understanding feelings and recognizing emotions, ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? is designed to stimulate animated discussion. These imaginative photocards provide an innovative way of initiating conversation with individuals and groups and are also useful for creative writing with all ages. The user imagines what the people are thinking and how they may feel in a similar situation, then fills in the speech bubble either verbally or in writing. Some cards show just one person, others show a child or adult reacting to the speech or behavior of other people.

    The cards may be used in any order or context, but they have been grouped with suggestions for use under the following categories:

    Dealing with trouble
    Conflict
    Wonder
    Tests and achievement
    Travel
    Being left out

    ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? can be used to focus on:

    Verbal and non-verbal language
    The relationship between thoughts and feelings
    Recognizing that speech and behavior affect other people
    The influences on thoughts and feelings of factors such as surprise, stress and confrontation
    Empathy
    Caring Attitudes

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    What Are They Thinking?

    $35.50

    What Are They Thinking? contains 60 clever photos to improve your students’ inferencing and reasoning skills. All the people and animals in these fun cards have a “thought bubble” above their heads. Students use the cues in the photos to deduce what the person or animal in the photo is thinking. You may also use the cards to encourage conversational speech or as writing prompts. Cards are 3″ x 4″. Game ideas/content cards. Picture card set also includes a content card in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese.

  • $49.00

    What Do I Do?

    $49.00

    Help students understand how to behave in school settings. Appropriate school behaviors may be difficult for some students to learn. By knowing what is expected of them at school, the students are more apt to enjoy the school environment and therefore be better students. The first sentence on each page expresses a need. Example : “I need to go to the bathroom.” What do I do? Answer: “I ask the teacher if I may go.” & ” I come right back to the class when I am done.”

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    What Do I Say?

    $49.00

    This interactive book explores appropriate social responses to everyday situations.

    Example : Someone says, “You look nice today.” What do I say? (answer) “Thank you!” By attaching a picture representation of an appropriate response to different questions or situations, students begin to learn what might be an appropriate response in those situations.

  • $38.00

    What Do They Really Mean

    $38.00

    Idioms are plentiful in the English language and are used as funny, colorful ways to convey meanings. Idioms can also be confusing because their meanings, if taken literally, make no sense. This book helps to uncover the real meanings behind a few commonly used idioms.

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    What Doesn’t Belong? Webber Photo Cards

    $35.50

    56 Category cards for understanding sorting and categorizing.

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    What Happened And Why?

    $49.00

    Learn about Inferences and Reasoning Activities using the pictures.

    Each sentence page poses a “what?” or “where” question and then answers it. Example : “What did she bake?” “She baked the cookies.” Each page ends with the question “why?”

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    What Would You Do At Home If…..

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    Help your students make good choices in and around the home with Super Duper’s What Would You Do At Home If… Fun Deck. Students learn how to solve problems, understand cause/effect relationships, and practice good social skills. 56 total cards with game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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    What’s It For?

    $38.00

    An interactive reading book for Function and Categorizing. Students are asked a question at the top of each sentence page. Example : “Where did I sit?” Students search for pictures of 3 different objects that they can sit on and attach them to the appropriate squares. (Answer) “I sat on a couch.” “I sat on a bench.” “I sat on a chair.”

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    What’s Wrong Color Cards

    $89.00

    Each image in this collection of 48 photographic cards shows something wrong, either as it is happening or when it is about to happen. Lively and humorous, these images are highly motivating to students of all ages and abilities.

    Images include adults and children in a variety of situations such as with an upside down television, making sandwiches with photographs and playing golf with an umbrella.

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    What’s Wrong Photo Cards

    $29.50

    Build expressive language skills and increase vocabulary with the What’s Wrong? Photo Cards that feature photographs showing “silly” scenes or things.

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    What’s Wrong With This Photo?

    $35.50

    Have you seen a girl walking her hippopotamus? A school bus with doughnut wheels? You will see them in this comical deck!
    Practice identifying absurdities, problem solving, and storytelling with 56 funny photo cards of people and animals in wacky situations! What’s Wrong with This Photo? has 56 color photos that are sure to add some laughs to most any language lesson.
    There are two hilarious card sets in this deck. Set 1 Cards have blue borders and white backgrounds with no distractions. Set 2 Cards have orange borders and full-color backgrounds. Extension idea cards included in this deck use the photos to teach lessons in storytelling, “photoshopping”, and creative problem solving.

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    What’s Missing?

    $35.50

    Students will love searching for the missing items in this delightful pack. These cards help in development of problem solving skills and keep interest levels high. 28 pairs of cards, measuring 2.5” X 3.5”

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    Who’s On First?

    $38.00

    An interactive reading book about sequencing.

    The sentences and picture illustrations in this book provide a sequence of events that students are asked to put in order of occurrence. What happened first? What happened next? What happened last? To get the correct answers a student must be able to identify what each picture depicts and in what sequence the events take place.

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    Word Building Magnetic Letters (Lower case)

    $25.50

    Give kids the practice they need to master word building…one sound at a time! Magnetic set includes 35 lowercase consonants and 13 lowercase vowels. All color-coded to make word building a breeze. Plastic letters are 1″.