This resource is great for students beginning to master this task as it uses basic and familiar items. Not only are real pictures used, the students can stay engaged by them choosing which two items they would like to compare and contrast!
Compare items from the same category or from another one.
You will need a laminator, velcro dots, and a dry erase marker.
*Make sure to print in landscape mode*
This resource includes:
1 compare and contrast board
56 item cards from the following categories: fruits, vegetables, drinks, food, animals, clothes, and transportation.
Picture of items used in this resource: pineapple, blueberries, lemon, strawberry, apple, bananas, orange, grapes, tomato, carrot, peas, broccoli, corn, potatoes, avocado, onion, apple juice, orange juice, milk, lemonade, hot cocoa, water, milkshake, iced tea, potato chips, cookies, spaghetti, cheese, pizza, waffle, cheeseburger, cereal, horse, dog, turtle, fish, bear, eagle, giraffe, snake, shoes, shirt, hat, pants, socks, gloves, scarf, sandals, truck, bus, car, airplane, train, ship, motorcycle, helicopter.
Given pictures of two objects to compare, STUDENT will write an adjective for each picture and one word describing what they have in common, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.