Wild About Animals Snapshots™ - Critical Thinking Photo Cards

Item # LER 3362
Ages 4+
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Get even the youngest students engaged in a roaring discussion! Stunning animal photo cards encourage students to create stories while improving speaking, writing, and listening skills, as well as key critical thinking skills!

Includes Activity Guide and 40 double-sided cards with rich, real-life photos on one side and thought-provoking questions for both students and teachers on the reverse.

Cards measure 8”L x 8”H.

Grades: PreK+


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    Comments about Learning Resources Wild About Animals Snapshots™ - Critical Thinking Photo Cards:

    This fun set is called Wild About Animals Snapshots - Critical Thinking Cards and I think they are awesome! The cards are HUGE 8"x8" and are in full-color on both sides and laminated! Pretty nice!

    One side of the card is simply a picture of animals in nature, while the other side contains several critical thinking questions to go along with the image.

    I love these cards for inferring and drawing conclusions. It really gets their minds thinking about what is going on before, during, and after the photo was snapped. Plus the fact that real images are used is huge. Nonfiction plays such an important role - and those resources aren't always easy to come by for the lessons.

    These cards are perfect for small groups, centers, or even independent work in a variety of subjects - they are great!

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