Boom Learning Decks
My first Boom Learning Decks focus on vocabulary development. Teaching semantic features of words helps to expland a child's receptive and expressive vocabulary. I have created Pamela E. Pamela E. is a visual mneumonic tool to help chidren remember the semantic features of words.
I created two types of Boom Learning Decks- Teacher decks and Student decks. Teacher sets are my solution to having visual aids with me during teletherapy. I have packed them with loads of pictures to increase knowledge of the common words used to describe everyday items. Answers in these decks are determined correct by the teacher or therapist. Each of the features is examined in both teacher decks to teach the features. The second half of each deck is designed to be used with many different animals and food items. Student sets are intended to assess the student's knowledge of the terms learned with a specific pictured object targeted. Visual answer choices are displayed that can be clicked and dragged to the answer drop zone. These cards can be used in therapy or assigned as homework and have clear correct and incorrect answer choices.
This deck is to be used by a teacher or therapist with students. It allows the instructore to examine the parts, actions, composition, size, shape, color, texture, location, categories, and extra information of most any animal. The instructor selects an animal to discuss then goes through the cards to determine what vocabulary would apply.
This Boomlearning deck is FREE. I wanted you to see what my teacher deck look like and how you can use them. Follow the link and download a copy.
If you liked the Semantic Features of Animals-Teacher Deck, you'll love this deck. It has a similar format, but delves into all the beautiful vocabulary to describe food. The first half of the deck is to teacher the Pamela E. mneumonic. The second half of the deck can be used with most any food. The therapist/ teacher will determine if the answers are correct depending on the food selected.
This deck can be assigned to students. It examines parts, actions, composition, explains size, shape, color, texture, location, categories, and extra information of goldfish, turtles, bluebirds, cows, and elephants.