Literacy Task Cards Set 2 - Vocabulary Development: Early Level

SKU: TRC-53530470

$29.95

Title 1 Approved

(Grades K-2) This is the first set of task cards for the classroom that recognizes the importance of productive activities for building students’ concept knowledge in order to develop vocabulary. Early Level: students expand their concept knowledge, sorting more complex pictures and words under categories such as living and nonliving, sink and float, and punctuation sorts.

Developed with authors Linda Dorn, Carla Soffos, and Teresa Treat, the Task Cards for Comprehensive Literacy Model are proven successful in Reading First Schools Nationwide and supports the development of reading, writing and spelling systems with manipulative-based, multi-sensory interactive tasks that promote problem solving! A Teaching Resource Center original product.

  • Early Level: students expand their concept knowledge, sorting more complex pictures and words under categories such as living and nonliving, sink and float, and punctuation sorts. Students learn to use simple analogies for classifying concepts by specific relationships. Includes: 40 tasks, including 123 picture cards, 198 word cards, and 33 category cards. Students sort both pictures and words by school- based concepts such as reptiles vs. mammals and solids vs. liquids. They also look for relationships between common objects such as (Letter:mailbox = coin:piggybank); thus, they begin to employ the concept of analogy.
  • Includes: 40 tasks, including 123 picture cards, 198 word cards, and 33 category cards.
  • Skills: students sort both pictures and words by school- based concepts such as reptiles vs. mammals and solids vs. liquids. They also look for relationships between common objects such as (Letter:mailbox = coin:piggybank); thus, they begin to employ the concept of analogy.
*Please note: in order to make these materials as affordable as possible for teachers, the task cards, picture cards and word cards are delivered in sheets and do require cutting. Many teachers have told us this is a great task to ask parent assistants to help out with! Labels, mini storage baskets and foam letters shown in the demonstration videos are sold separately.

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