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Possessives

Fun Deck®

by Sharon G. Webber, M.S. - Grades PreK-3

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Great
by Starlena Warwick,  Lumberton NC
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
Children really understand with this.

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by john p,  deltona, Fl
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
This product was very useful in working with a variety of ability levels. The text is supported by kid friendly pictures. The material was effective in initially teaching the concept of possession and also served as bridge for carry over to natural contexts.

Possessives Fun deck
by Megan B.,  Greenville, OH
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
This fun deck is a great addition to my speech/language game & activity inventory! As a 2nd yr. SLP I'm quickly learning what "must-haves" I need!

Kids' Favorite!
by F. F.,  Brooklyn, NY
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
I bought this deck together with a bunch of others and this one was clearly everyone's favorite. It provides enough challenge to be a brain workout but uses familiar characters so the kids enjoy it. I have presented the kids with many other games since them and without fail, they all ask to go back to play this one again!

perfect for who/whose
by christine c.,  roseville, ca
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
I love sets of cards I can use to target multiple preschool language goals. these fit the bill.

Works in french!
by Marie-Chantal F.,  Longueuil, Quebec, Canada
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
I enjoy that product because we can use it in french to. I use it to work the gender of possessives articles, which is important in french and often difficult for children with language problems. Simple and resistant :)

Reptition and Fun Equals Incorporation
by Donna G.,  Tega Cay, SC
#FD15 – Possessives Fun Deck
My speech students learned to employ use of the possessive s marker in spite of the fact that many say it is culturally acceptable to delete it when speaking. The kindergartners up through the 5th graders thoroughly enjoyed picking cards from the deck and naming the owner of each pictured item, in their quest to select cards with the items that belonged to the persons they represented. Playing the Possessives card game gave my kids the amount of repetition they needed to learn to incorporate use of the correct grammatical structure for possession used in everyday language, while having fun!

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FD15 -  Possessives Fun Deck $12.95 
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