DIAZ VOSS, DIANA ROSEMARIE / Escritor
* Wild Animals * Ocean Animals 1. armadillo 32. crab 2. bat 33. dolphin 3. beaver 34. eel 4. chameleon 35. jellyfish 5. coyote 36. lobster 6. fox 37. octopus 7. hyena 38. oyster 8. iguana 39. remora 9. koala 40. salmon10. platypus 41. sea horse11. porcupine 42. seal12. reccoon 43. shark13. rhinoceros 44. whale14. skunk * Dinosaurs15. squirrel 45. allosaurus16. wolf 46. archaeopteryx* Zoo Animals 47. brontosaurus17. bear 48. Ichthyosaurs18. camel 49. Iguanodon19. crocodile 50. lambeosaurus20. deer 51. Maiasaura21. elephant 52. Megalosaurus22. giraffe 53. Mosasaurs23. hippopotamus 54. Pachycephalosaurus24. kangaroo 55. Plesiosaur25. leopard 56. Pteranodon26. lion 57. Rhamphorhynchus27. llama 58. Stegosaurus28. panda 59. Triceratops29. snake 60. Tyrannosaurus Rex30. tiger 31. zebra
Teachers and students benefit from these delighful 8 x 5.5 in (21 x 13.5 cm) full-color Vocabulary Picture and Word Cards. The variety of themes enrich the overall English program byextending the opportunities for spontaneous communication through manipulative games and experiences.Speakers of languages other than English have the opportunity to develop and interact through the use of the Vocabulary Picture Cards associating picures/visuals with the listening/speaking process. These cards assist the teacher and the students in the development of receptive (listening/reading) and expressive (speaking/writing) skills.The combination of all the components of the Vocabulary Picture Cards serves to accelerate acquisition of English Language skills while developing higher orde thinking skills.The Vocabulary Picture Cards can be used independently with one student, with small groups or with the whole class. They can be used to intoduce a new lesson or concept or to reinforce a lesson or concepts previously taught. The Word Cards can be used as sight words where students can spell, read, write and match the word to its picture card.