For some students, it can be hard to remember the names or words that describe some of the most basic things we see everyday. From the items we eat and drink in the morning, to the foods we love to help prepare, knowing the meaning and names of these foods are essential on any given day. Learning these vocabulary terms will prepare students for the real world and the tasks that involve them, like eating and cooking. By using interactive flashcards to practice the terms, these students will enjoy learning. MangoMon offers a variety of vocational and occupational flashcards that are free to use. These flashcards offer a fun and different way of learning important vocabulary terms.
By hearing and seeing basic food terms, these flashcards allow students to practice and learn the words. Words that describe basic foods are important for students to learn because many of these words are some they use or see every day. They can be items they will be using in future careers or even doing simple cooking practices or helping around the house.
Each word in the flashcard set has the vocabulary term, a picture of the type of food, audio pronunciation of that term and sample sentences of how they can be used. These words are helpful in preparing students with examples of what they might be talking about when cooking, in the kitchen or ordering food at a restaurant.
These terms are great for helping students remember and learn the names of tools. There are nine vocabulary terms in this set. Words like screwdriver, hammer and tape measure are some of the examples of words included in this set.
Interactive flashcards like this set work great with students with special needs, as well as ESL learners. Students are able to hear the words as they are spoken and they can see them being used in a real example. Pictures allow them to form a memory of what the term looks like and arrow keys enable students to navigate back and forth between terms.
With many elements of learning into one set of flashcards, students can better understand the meaning and usage of such terms. Resources like these flashcards are always an additional tool you can add to any learning system for students with special needs. Integrating technology into the learning can also prepare students for staying updated with the latest in technology.
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