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Lang-O-Learn Cards Labeled in 17 Different Languages

Angela Nelson, J.D., Ed.M. By Angela Nelson, J.D., Ed.M. | 4/15/14 2:07 PM | Global Autism Awareness | 0 Comments

Stages Learning Materials produces 13 flash card sets that are labeled on the reverse in 17 common languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Polish, Filipino, Portuguese, Greek, Thai, Arabic).

lang-o-learn-cards-picture-of-watermelon-and-cupcake-cardsThe Lang-O-Learn cards are great for teaching basic language skills to preschool age children, children, and adults with autism, developmental delay, or speech & language delay, or to anyone first learning or re-learning basic language skills. Very popular in ESL and ELL programs.

Read more on how you can integrate our Lang-O-Learn cards with a mobile app to help build language and social norms in Part 2 of our Blending Hands on and Digital Learning series. 

 

 Take a look at all of our  Lang-O-Learn Flash Cards!

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Angela Nelson, J.D., Ed.M. Angela Nelson received her BA and JD from UCLA where she studied and practiced behavior psychology under Dr. Ivar Lovaas, and her Ed.M. at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, with a focus on technology innovation and education. As Founder and CEO of Stages Learning Materials, Angela has created autism, special needs and early childhood curriculum products since 1997. In addition to her duties at Stages, Angela writes for multiple industry publications and is on the board of the Education Market Association. In her spare time, Angela makes a mean ginger scallion sauce, and attempts to adjust to non-LA weather.

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