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Webber® Photo Cards
What Doesn't Belong?
Ages 3 & Up

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2/20/2020 9:37:05 AM

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Jillian E,Allentown, PA

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My students with Autism ask to use these almost everyday. I was using them as a small group activity, but now my students are asking to use them during their free time with each other.

3/12/2017 3:51:18 PM

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Heather Dunn,South Africa

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

Very handy for adult work in hospital- leads to more discussion as to what else does belong and patients can be prompted with recall. Real photos make it seem more appropriate for adults and yet can be used with children.

1/29/2015 11:00:16 AM

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Mary Ann M.,PA

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

This is very helpful for Danielle. Understanding "not" has and is very difficult for her...not sure if it's related to her apraxia or just dev. delay. Anyway, really like these cards, as they don't have so many things to pick from on a card. Some cards just have 3 items, which keeps things simplified. Thanks so much. Would love to see a book w/ these types of "what doesn't belong" published.

12/14/2013 5:22:20 PM

What Doesn't Belong?
Marcia C.,Narberth, PA

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

What Doesn't Belong Category cards are an essential therapy tool in my room. I love it for my Kindergarten, ELL & special needs students. It is quite an effective tool and matches with Common Core standards for speaking and listening.

2/12/2013 10:16:51 PM

Great Tool for Learning and Fun
Kecia,Georgia

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

These cards have been a great way to interact, educate, and have fun with my son. With so many cards in the set, we have fun playing with the variety and don't get bored with the same cards over and over. I like that they come with a durable metal box for safe keeping when we aren't playing with them.

9/30/2012 12:20:18 AM

Great cards
Sherri s,boston,MA

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I like this deck of cards. The pictures are realistic and clear. Good to use for a variety of activities including vocabulary dev, thinking and reasoning. There is a range of difficulty. Both young and older elementary age students can have fun playing with the cards.

6/25/2012 2:38:28 PM

Great Set
Shyla M.,Ohio

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I really enjoy these cards and can use them for a variety of kids in a lot of different ways. They are great for naming, categorizing, negation, making choices, describing, etc. I like that it has various levels of 3-4 pictures.

6/20/2012 3:47:41 PM

good product
Carrie,Sycamore, Illinois

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I love their card decks.

6/18/2012 7:38:31 PM

Excellent
Jessica V,Knoxville TN

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I like how they have field of three and field of four. They are also great to even discuss vocabulary.

1/16/2012 7:56:56 PM

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Maria,Orlando

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excelent

1/8/2012 11:54:00 AM

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Shannon B.,Grand Rapids, MI

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

My daughter just turned four-years-old and loves these cards! They really get her to think about what is similar among the pictures and what one does not fit in the group. We use them to build vocalulary, create mini stories with the similar pictures, and also build phonemic awareness with beginning initial sound. Great resource!

6/27/2011 2:28:00 PM

Great Materials for children and adults
Ximena A,Santiago, Chile.

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

These cards make possible to work different kinds of semantic categories with impared language children. They also are very useful to work reasoning!! Love the pictures and the semantic categories selected!

6/8/2011 5:32:04 PM

Great for language!
Dorothy F.,New Jersey

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I used these with my language delayed students for classification as well as labeling. They really enjoyed them and I was able to use the pictures to expand their sentence length. One of the best products I have purchased from SuperDuper!

11/21/2010 5:12:44 PM

Essential Product
Angie K.,San Antonio, TX

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I use these cards all the time to target language goals. Great pictures!

11/2/2010 11:58:56 AM

good product
Diana,Philadelphia, PA

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

The cards have easy-to-understand pictures and clear items that don't belong.

4/12/2010 9:06:31 AM


Mary Beth Langan,

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My son used to be obsessed with your Webber Photo Cards. We have nearly all of them. They're our favorite flashcards. We also love your magnet sets.

3/29/2010 9:41:30 AM


karen stowell,

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I like the products you offer for communication, especially the ones for the autistic population. I don't mind ordering because I like the free shipping.

3/15/2010 9:58:14 AM


Tamara Louis,

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I love the Webber cards they are great and quick.

3/8/2010 7:30:38 AM


Kerri Lewis,

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

I love being able to get all of my therapy supplies in one place! You have such a broad range of products that can be used for the entire continuum of my students---everything from articulation to autism.

3/4/2010 7:48:53 AM


Billie Moody,

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

Thank you for your Sensory and Autism products! They are amazing. We get a lot of use from your card decks!

3/3/2010 7:10:13 AM


kathi edmonson,

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I have a wider variety of weber cards and I love using all of them. they are colorful and fun.

2/22/2010 7:17:29 AM


Katrina Bevan,

#WFC09-Webber® Photo Cards

Love your products! I have never found more useful tools available in one place for my son with Autism. I just need to win lotto! LOL But in the meantime I hope to purchase one every month to utilise at home and school. Thanks for any awesome resource and products!

2/15/2010 7:36:26 AM


Sarah Potter,

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Gotta love the Webber cards.

7/20/2009 10:29:45 AM


Penny Mossbrucker,

#wfc09-Webber® Photo Cards

I am very pleased with all of the products that you carry. I especially find the photo cards with "real pictures" instead of drawings to be most helpful for my students. I teach elementary level multiply disabled students. Some of my students are on the autism spectrum and the real photos are best. Thanks so much, keep up the good work!