150 "What's Wrong With This Picture?" Scenes

By Sharon G. Webber, M.S., and M. Thomas Webber, Jr., and Illustrated by Mark Bristol

Grades PreK-3

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BK226
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$24.95
150 reproducible illustrated scenes. 3 levels of difficulty (50 one item wrong, 50 three items wrong, and 50 five items wrong). Targets vocabulary, sentence building, and visual skills. Grades PreK-3.
150 reproducible illustrated scenes. 3 levels of difficulty (50 one item wrong, 50 three items wrong, and 50 five items wrong). Targets vocabulary, sentence building, and visual skills. Grades PreK-3.
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Author(s) Sharon G. Webber, M.S., and M. Thomas Webber, Jr., and Illustrated by Mark Bristol
Topic Books, Critical Thinking, Describing Skills, Occupational Therapy, Reading, Reasoning, Visual Perceptual, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

150 "What's Wrong With This Picture?" Scenes

What's wrong with this book? Plenty!

You won't be able to resist searching for what's wrong with these 150 reproducible scenes. Since the book is divided into three levels of difficulty (50 scenes with one item wrong, 50 scenes with three items wrong, and 50 with five items wrong), you can choose the best level for each child! The hilarious scenes will keep your children coming back for more! Perfect-bound. Softcover.

Customer Reviews
  1. great book
    Quality
    100%
    This is at least the third copy of this book that I've purchased. In part because I have been able to use it so extensively as a vehicle for therapy and the students enjoy the material.

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  2. Great Cognitive Skiis
    Quality
    80%
    My twin sons love playing with this book and looking for clues. They help eachother so great interaction between both - one is on the sprectrum and one is not.

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  3. Would be good for younger students
    Quality
    60%
    My kids love "find what's wrong" pictures and I was excited to get this book with so many scenes. I would caution anyone buying this that the majority of the book has three or fewer "problems" in the scenes and most of the scenes are too easy for kids at the elementary level. Would probably be fun for pre-k kids, or lower functioning lower elementary kids

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  4. What's wrong with this picture?
    Quality
    100%
    This is a fantastic book. This book proved very engaging for my son who has a significant language deficits. He enjoys fun and this book's pages were full of humour.

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  5. Great book!
    Quality
    100%
    My students constantly ask for one of these pages during therapy sessions! Its great for artic carryover, grammar, fluency, anything!

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150 "What's Wrong With This Picture?" Scenes
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