How?

Fun Deck®

By Sharon G. Webber, M.S.

Grades PreK-4

SKU
FD50
Rating:
93% of 100
$12.95
56 fun-filled, illustrated cards to teach children sequencing, problem-solving and reasoning skills. Content/Game ideas cards. Tin box. Grades PreK-4.
56 fun-filled, illustrated cards to teach children sequencing, problem-solving and reasoning skills. Content/Game ideas cards. Tin box. Grades PreK-4.
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Author(s) Sharon G. Webber, M.S.
Topic Card Decks, Evidence-Based Products, Fun Decks, Hearing and Sign Language, Sequencing
Brand Super Duper Publications

How?

"How do you…make someone laugh?" "How do you…catch a fish?" "How do you…wash your hair?" Motivate your students to develop their reasoning, problem-solving, and sequencing skills with the How? Fun Deck. The deck includes 52 colorful, fun-filled game cards, four bonus cards for game variations, plus content and game idea cards. Cards measure 2½" x 3½" and are stored in a sturdy storage tin. How do you help your students in a fun way? Try this deck!

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Customer Reviews
  1. Excellent Resource!
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    I have used this with multiple grades including 1st, second, and 3rd. They enjoy answering the questions. The 3rd grades and higher may not be there for being already there but I might just be to say in complete sentences instead of fragments.

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  2. Multiple uses for How deck
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    Fantastic Product! I use this tool for many different reasons; helping children to organise and plan their thoughts, learning how to write a procedure, answering how questions and retelling sequences. Students enjoy this product as it is bright, clear and there are so many different options (from making a snowman to washing your hands).

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  3. How Cards
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    great cards for teaching my special needs daughter. The great pictures keep her engaged.

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  4. So much info!
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    This deck is really great because it requires so much language to answer the questions adequately and appropriately than other wh-questions do. You can get so much information about a child's language and processing! Great for eliciting a language sample too.

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  5. Multi-Purpose "How?" Fun Deck
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    I can use the "How?" Fun Deck cards for many speech goals at one time:
    -articulation practice and articulation carry-over in conversational speech
    -grammar practice with "is/are" in sentences or expanding adjective/describing word useage
    -practicing statements with more fluency, slower rate, relaxation breathing, and syllable clarity
    -pragmatic social skills with eye contact, listening to other opinions, turn-taking, and offering a response
    -vocal practice to encourage optimal voice patterns and targets
    -critical thinking skills
    -I have elementary, middle school, and high school students on my caseload. I can use these cards with all ages and skill levels.

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  6. How much do I like this tool?
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    I really like using my new How? Fun Deck. I have a lot of kids on my caseload how have a difficult time answering questions and problem solving. I can use these cards with boards games or other reinforcing activities to help them better understand what How questions are asking and expand the complexity of their language.

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  7. Great
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    This is so great! The pictures and the questions are great for kids. However, some of them are really off the wall, that I never use, like 'how do you wake a sleeping elephant?' It's hard for a child to explain that, or to even imagine how to especially if they have a delay.

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  8. How? Fun Deck
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    Really good cards. Nice pictures and a fun way to get the students to describe how to do things. Let them pick their own topic or draw a card and get a surprise topic. Either way is fun.

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  9. Another great deck!
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    Another great deck. It's great for articulation at the conversations level and conversation starters.

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  10. Another Idea for Story Sequencing
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    I have used this HOW? fun deck with my SLD students to target FIRST/NEXT/LAST, and they ask for more turns! Each student chooses one picture, and reviews the sequence out loud responding to the target questions. Then he/she uses the Electronic Spinner (1-3) to find out how many steps they have to provide.

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  11. Awesome materials!!
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    I just can't believe how awesome the materials I have ordered from Super Duper are! Why did I not know about this company earlier???!!! They make great curriculum!

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