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Smethport Pocket Chart Card Set Story Sequencing


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  • This set challenges kids in a fun and colorful manner by providing real-life sequences to tell a story
  • Younger kids can work with the picture sequences, while older ones can learn to recognize objects in the picture and match them
  • Kids will improve their vocabulary and verbal communication skills as well as learn how to order events and sort with logical thinking
  • Cards are colorfully illustrated
  • Contents: 125 Double-Sided Cards and Activity Guide
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 625 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B0033YTTX4
  • Item model number: 750
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,773 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Card sets and pocket charts have been used for years as interactive teaching tools. Our 3" x 3" cards are great for classroom use and fit nicely into Our Standard-Size (No. 741) and Midsize (No. 742) Pocket Charts or other similar wall charts. Easy-to-see cards help make visibility and recognition easier in the classroom. They also can be used as flash cards. Many of the card sets have a self-correcting feature that allows students to work independently. An activity guide with each set provides lots of tips about how to use the cards to make learning fun.

Product Description

Card sets and pocket charts have been used for years as interactive teaching tools. Our 3" x 3" cards are great for classroom use and fit nicely into Our Standard-Size (No. 741) and Midsize (No. 742) Pocket Charts or other similar wall charts. Easy-to-see cards help make visibility and recognition easier in the classroom. They also can be used as flash cards. Many of the card sets have a self-correcting feature that allows students to work independently. An activity guide with each set provides lots of tips about how to use the cards to make learning fun.

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Customer Reviews

Yes, I think I'll do that right now!
autismom
To make things worse, the sets of 4 aren't matched - i.e., if you have a complete set of 4 on one side, the other side is not a full set!
p m
There are so many stories that they can be overwhelming to the student and the person working with the child.
tammy

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By MrsSmeaton on October 31, 2010
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I originally purchased this item for my classroom. When it was sent to me, it was completely disorganized, and I had to spend about an hour putting all the matches together. However, I soon realized that they couldn't all go together because there were pictures on both sides, and they did not coincide with each other. For instance, if there was a set of 4 sequence cards with a girl raking leaves, on the other sides of the cards would be 2 cards with a boy making a sandwich, one card with a boy building a snowman, and another card with a girl playing with her dog. So while I could put the raking leaves cards together, the other 3 sets of cards could not. While my students enjoyed using them, it is actually a bigger hassle for me.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By autismom on July 25, 2010
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I have purchased so many different sets of sequencing cards on the market for my two kids with special needs, and this set by far is the best one. I like the fact there are sentences already printed on the cards, and they can be easily set up in the pocket chart. However, I really wish the cards were not double-sided. It took me a long time to sort out all the cards based on the "red side", and later I would have to mix and reorganize all the cards just for the "blue side". I would rather pay a bit more to have double the number of the cards. I guess I can always purchase another set just for the "blue side". Yes, I think I'll do that right now!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By p m on January 22, 2011
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As others have written, it takes an adult a long time to sort out the sets before a child can use them.

The fact that the cards are double-sided makes the sorting process tedious. To make things worse, the sets of 4 aren't matched - i.e., if you have a complete set of 4 on one side, the other side is not a full set!

This is my first review after 10 years of amazon purchases - this was enough to warrant writing a review: this was not worth the purchase.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jana Marie on June 15, 2011
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Some reviews complain about the blue-side sequences not mapping to the red-side sequences. Actually, if you include the overview cards that show all four images, then each five-card set has one same-colored story and an other-color overview; the overviews are on the reverse side of the first panel of the sequence. It works out. It did take me a few minutes to sort everything out, but it was fun and gave me a chance to familiarize myself with what stories were available.

The cards are a little thinner than I expected, but still very durable-seeming. The box they came in is much larger than it needs to be - it's big enough that the cards can lay flat while still partially attached to each other in rows of three. The stacked cards are maybe less than 4" high (which is actually a relief, since I didn't look forward to transporting that huge box everywhere).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Frank on November 14, 2012
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I was hesitant to buy this due to the low number of stars it was given on Amazon. Once I read the reviews and realized the biggest complaint was that they did not come in order, I decided to give it a try for our 2 daughters who are being homeschooled. I am not so lazy that I would give a bad mark just because I had to spend a few minutes organizing the cards. Come on, that is not a reason to complain. Are we really getting that lazy in this country. Great product for sequencing and the kids enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Big boo on June 14, 2012
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My 26 month old loves these cards. The material is great and teaches concepts like sequence, sentence structuring, actions, objects, adjectives, etc. There really aren't many flashcards with advanced concepts in the market, so this is a rare gem.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By janedoe consumer on June 19, 2010
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First off, there were a few weird duplicates in mine and I'm not sure if I'm missing a full sequence or just parts of sequences where these duplicates are since some of the sequences are different lengths and only one side is a duplicate. While this is a great price for so many sequences, it takes for EVER to sort through them to find a few complete sets for a child to work through. There is NO WAY you can hand this box to a young child and have them get through it on their own, though they might have fun picking up a few pictures and creating a story or trying to find matches. You need to sort out a few and hand it to the child yourself if you want it to be usable. Even as a matching game, there is just too much to go through for a preschooler. The cards are double sided which I thought would be great because I thought you would have one complete sequence on one side and one on the other. In reality, the first card in the sequence has the answer on the back and then the last three cards have the last three cards of another sequence requiring you to find the first card for that other sequence. They do have a different colored border for each side so I suggest setting aside some time to go through and put all the sequences together as follows- pick either the red or blue border and turn all the cards to that color. Start sorting into piles of matching sequences, setting the "first" cards of the other color aside. When that is done, flip them over so you can add the missing "first" card to the other side. Note: they also used the same characters for different sequences on occasion. Use bags or rubber bands or some sort of divider or chart to store these cards together so you never have to do it again. It will make more sense when you see them.Read more ›
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