Item #: 308367 | Model #: WFC46
Super Duper® Webber® Photo Deck Cards, What Are They Thinking?
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Super Duper® Webber® Photo Deck Cards, What Are They Thinking?

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  • Contains 60 clever photos to improve your students' inferencing and reasoning skills
  • Cards are 3" x 4"
  • Picture card set also includes a content card in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese
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Super Duper® Webber® Photo Deck Cards, What Are They Thinking?
Product Description
Social issues photo deck cards to encourage individual or group discussions about important social issues that impact our daily lives.

Super Duper® Webber® Photo what are they thinking deck cards measure 3" X4" and stimulates conversational speech or as writing prompts. Set provide content or game ideas in six different languages.

  • Contains 60 clever photos to improve your students' inferencing and reasoning skills
  • Cards are 3" x 4"
  • Picture card set also includes a content card in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese
  • Created by Sharon G. Webber
  • To encourage individual or group discussions about important social issues that impact our daily lives
  • This set is ideal for anyone working with students or adults that need high level, interesting subjects to write about and discuss
  • Back of each card has a definition of the topic, three facts about the topic, and five open-ended questions that require more than a yes or no answer
  • Includes 262 large (6" x 8") photo cards, convenient sorting tabs, instruction booklet
Specifications
Special Education Type Cards
Audience Students
Education Subject Matter Across the Curriculum
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