What’s Wrong with This Photo? Cards

By Becky L. Spivey Photos created by Bruce Ink

Grades K and Up

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WFC79
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$12.95
56 fun, color photos of people and animals in wacky situations to help students practice identifying absurdities, problem solving, and storytelling. Set 1 cards have no background. Set 2 cards have full backgrounds. Extension ideas. Sturdy tin Grades K and Up.
56 fun, color photos of people and animals in wacky situations to help students practice identifying absurdities, problem solving, and storytelling. Set 1 cards have no background. Set 2 cards have full backgrounds. Extension ideas. Sturdy tin Grades K and Up.
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Author(s) Becky L. Spivey Photos created by Bruce Ink
Topic Best Sellers, Bilingual/ESL, Card Decks, Critical Thinking, Describing Skills, Reasoning, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

What’s Wrong with This Photo? Cards

Have you seen a girl walking her hippopotamus? A school bus with doughnut wheels? You will see them in this comical deck!

Practice identifying absurdities, problem solving, and storytelling with 56 funny photo cards (3" x 4") of people and animals in wacky situations! What?s Wrong with This Photo? has 56 color photos that are sure to add some laughs to most any language lesson.

There are two hilarious card sets in this deck. Set 1 Cards have blue borders and white backgrounds with no distractions. Set 2 Cards have orange borders and full-color backgrounds. Extension idea cards included in this deck use the photos to teach lessons in storytelling, ?photoshopping?, and creative problem solving.

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Customer Reviews
  1. Kids eat these up
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    I love these pix! Engaging for my kids on the spectrum and others who need work on analysis skills. Good for getting conversation going.

    Can we have additional sets of these? They are great. :)

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  2. Great for writing tasks too!
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    These photos are great to use for sentence generation either verbally or written. I have my reluctant writers write a sentence about what is wrong. It gives them an opportunity to practice writing at a sentence level.

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  3. SLP
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    I use these cards when informally assessing carry over of articulation and expressive language skills.

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  4. Real photos of really implausible things
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    This little card deck is fantastic to get kids talking. These photos are sure to coax smiles from the shyest to the surliest students. Handy for getting a language sample from kids who aren't very chatty.

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  5. Fun Deck "What's Wrong with this Photo?"
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    I really like the "What's wacky" and "That's silly" fun decks but they both have cartoon-like pictures. I prefer this deck because of the real-life pictures. I use these cards when working on expressive language skills (e.g. answering questions, vocabulary, grammar skills).

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  6. What's Right with What's Wrong?
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    I have been using these cards for a week now and they are a hit! I am using them for writing goals, expressive vocabulary and sentence formulation goals, problem-solving tasks, and more! They are great for elementary and high school age groups - very pleased with this product.

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  7. So Much Fun!
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    These are so handy to carry around. The kids love the "silly" pictures. I have one little boy that wants a set for his birthday! I am very happy with this purchase.

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