Speech Soup Publications

Unique, edgy teaching materials that are certain to entertain. Color photographs of picture scenes that depict the First 300 Words that a person learns to identify and name. Color photographs of 300 different actions (First 300 Actions) that will help elicit words, phrases, sentences, picture description. These are great story prompts! Decks of Go Fish/Matching cards in four different formats: Animals, People, Vocalic /r/, and Cats and Dogs. Very entertaining. Our students ask to use these everyday.

First 300 Nouns

$80.00

High quality color photos on laminated thick card stock. Photos of the first 300 items a person learns to recognize and name. Includes a master list that corresponds to the numbers on each card.


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Fantastic color photos of the earliest 300 nouns learned by children, English as second language speakers, and adults participating in neurological rehabilitation. The photos can be used for object identification, grouping by categories, naming, and story starters.
***Great activity***
Lay three cards in front of student. Have the student construct a short story that has to include all three items in the pictures. Terrific for picture description/structured conversational practice with phoneme remediation.
This First 300 Nouns is derived from the research of R. Roden and M.L. Sundberg (2010). It has been revised by H. Huber (2016) to include pictures of updated technology. Each picture is printed within a red box, indicating it is a noun.

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Hello! My name is Holly Huber, from Maysville, Kentucky. These products were developed to help instruct students in an interesting way. I am a pediatric speech-language pathologist with over 25 years experience. The search for products like these went on for quite some time, so we decided to develop them ourselves. Check them out. Don’t Buy Boring!