Spark Junior Sequencing and Storytelling Cards, a new resource for children that improves language and pre-reading skills, is making waves amongst children, parents, teachers, and speech therapists. With Spark Junior, children can improve basic sequencing and storytelling skills by improving verbal communication, language, and social skills in a fun and interactive educational setting.
Designed with children, parents, teachers, and therapists in mind, begin boosting language skills in children as young as three years of age with these revolutionary picture cards. The first of their kind, Spark Junior Sequencing and Storytelling Cards are large and durable. Manufactured with a laminated finish for a dry-erase marker to promote highlighting and interactive learning experiences, these bright, colorful, and engaging picture cards provide hours of fun to build fundamental language and pre-reading skills in a comfortable and supportive learning environment.
“This is the perfect tool to recommend to parents for use at home with their children to boost so many different skills,” remarked Rachel Z, a licensed speech therapist. “The illustrations are engaging, and the concept is remarkable, supporting an interactive learning experience the develops fundamental language skills in young children.”
With a comprehensive user guide included, parents, teachers, and therapists are equipped with the resources required to maximize the benefits of these sequencing cards. Through guided questions and directions, the experience is adaptable for the development of storytelling, conversation, and early learning skills.
Studies have repeatedly shown that children who can sequence and understand sequential concepts, such as concepts of before, after, next, and then, have improved comprehension and reading skills, and an enhanced ability to use expressive language and form sentences. Building these concepts early, the Spark Junior picture cards work with questions of who, what, where, when, why, and how to develop comprehension and synthesizing skills, challenging children to view a picture and interpret what is happening or might happen to boost higher-level thinking skills, reading abilities, and language confidence.
“A comprehensive product loaded with detailed pictures and thoughtful questions across many language skills,” commented Sherry Artemenko, a speech-language pathologist and founder of the Play Advances Language Awards, which recognizes exceptional speech and language products. “That is how I’d describe this unique educational tool finding its way into homes, classrooms, and therapy sessions around the country.”
The Spark Junior Sequencing and Storytelling Cards currently retail for $34.95 on Amazon and are Prime eligible. To learn more about Spark Junior and its full collection of educational language and reading resources for children, please visit Spark Innovations online here.