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Spot What's Wrong

September, 2011
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These cards are designed to encourage development of a child's visual discrimination, receptive and expressive language skills. The task is for the child to look at each pair of pictures in response to the question 'What's Wrong?', spot the deliberate mistake(s) in one of them and then explain 'What's Wrong'.

  • Contains 24 pairs of cards
  • The same scene is shown in each pair of cards except that one of the pair shows one, two or three things wrong
  • Various scenes are featured:  in the snow, in the jungle, on the farm, in the sea, in the house and in the countryside
  • The three levels of difficulty encourage a child’s progress in simple stages.

Using the cards can also help to increase a child’s vocabulary and improve attention and listening skills.

Age: 4+


48 cards, 148 x 210mm(A5) + instruction booklet, boxed

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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.