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Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®
Molly DeShong
Grades K–6

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5/3/2019 4:00:58 PM

Colleen H,Surfside Beach, SC

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

Love this product. Great for seeing if client/student can really understand sentences!

8/27/2014 11:03:45 PM

Rare find!
Trish P.,Anaheim, CA

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

I bought this after finding that I was constantly borrowing it from my colleague! The fact that the pictures are extremely similar (only differing by one element) enhances both receptive and expressive acuity. After having the student choose the sentence that goes with the picture (set 1) or the picture that goes with the sentence (set 2), I am able to have them generate their own sentence based on changing one element, practicing different parts of speech (noun, adj, verb, etc.). This fun deck also aides in accurate visualization skills to aid comprehension.

11/14/2013 8:58:53 AM

Understanding Sentences
M.A,Yuma, AZ

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

The students I work with love this activity when I pull it out. They think some of the sentences to choose from are funny and they love to use the secret decoder. Just another tool to use in my therapy sessions.

9/23/2013 10:56:04 AM

Great product
Joyce S.,Manchester, NH

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

I've used this with several students since school started, It is a nice way to teach strategies. I ask why they didn't choose the other 2 answers and they have to explain.

8/2/2013 7:31:10 PM

Excellent product
Carrie T,Hendersonville, TN

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

I'm a ABA therapist and love using these with my kiddos I work with so far. Kids don't even have to be able to read yet to be able to use these, if used with an instructor. A great step to comprehension and task/visual attending.

5/29/2013 11:41:41 AM

Where has this been all my life?
Gwendolyn M.,Pasadena, CA

#FD168-Understanding Sentences Fun Deck®

There may be "an app for that" but sometimes there is nothing like having a physical flashcard. My students with autism and I use these cards with a dry erase marker in hand. They underline each important component of the sentence and we look to pair it with something in the picture through a series of Yes/No questions to choose the best item. It is great to see the lightbulb go on when they realize that part of the sentence CAN match to the picture, and as a whole it can still be an incorrect choice. There is definitely more than meets the eye with these cards. I'll be on the look out for "Set 2" when it comes out. Well worth the money.