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Spot What's Different Language Cards

August, 2009
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Was £33.99!

Created as an extension to the hugely successful Storycards series. Sue & Ross Duggleby's Language Cards are designed to encourage a child's observation, attention and visual perception skills as well as improve other areas of receptive and expressive language development. The differences between each pair of cards have to be both identified and explained.

  • Each pair shows a scene on one card and then the same scene on another card with one, two, three or four things changed.
  • The number of things changed is shown on the reverse of each card.
  • The different levels of difficulty encourage a child's progress in simple stages.
  • The scenes featured are:
    • In the sea
    • In the jungle
    • In the snow
    • On the farm
    • In the house
    • In the countryside.

Using the cards can also help with vocabulary development, verbal understanding, attention and listening skills.


48 cards, A5 size, instruction booklet, boxed

If you are in the UK, and the title you have ordered is in stock, your order should usually arrive within 5 working days. Please allow up to two weeks for deliveries outside the UK. If you have not received your order within these time frames, please contact us. Please note that some resources are available to pre-order prior to publication; they will not be delivered until they are published.

If your order is particularly urgent and you would like to organise a fast delivery, please contact our Customer Services Team on 0845 034 4610 who can discuss your delivery options with you.

Postage and packaging prices:

Order Value
(inc VAT)
P&P to UK
P&P to Europe
P&P to rest
of world
Under £25
Between £25-£50
Over £50

Orders of over £100 to within the mainland UK get free postage and packaging.

Sue Duggleby & Ross Duggleby

Sue Duggleby is a paediatric Speech Language Therapist with experience of working in community clinics, with statemented children in mainstream schools, in a special school for children with moderate learning difficulties, and a child development centre. Sue currently works in a language unit for children aged 5 to 7 years with specific language disorders.

Ross Duggleby has assisted Sue in producing games and activities over a number of years, whilst independently developing skills in computer generated illustration.