Bring the power of talk to your classroom with Talking Frames from Hope Education! These fantastic little frames can record and replay up to 40 seconds of speech, enabling you to bring written words and printed materials to life.
The perfect size to slot in a flashcard, each A6 sized Talking Frame contains a built-in recording device and two easy-to-use buttons. A brilliant way for you to record instructions and explanations or for pupils to record their own ideas, this resource is sure to get children in the right frame of mind for language development! Talking Frames are also made from wipe-clean plastic, so pupils are free to use a dry-wipe pen to write additional information and messages on their frame. Simple and robust, Talking Frames are terrific for even the youngest of pupils, strengthening key communication skills whilst encouraging early independent learning.
Each Talking Frame requires 3 x AA batteries (not included).
What’s in the Box?
- 1 x Talking Frame
- Develops vital spoken language skills, particularly amongst the pupils who need it most, enabling children to approach their learning with a greater sense of independence and confidence.
- A wonderful way to create and promote a culture of oracy within your classroom, encouraging verbal explanation, clear communication and discussion.
- Versatile and adaptable for learning across the entire curriculum and a variety of different age groups. The multi-sensory nature of Talking Frames will also engage visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.
- Use as a handy audiovisual prompt for induvial or group tasks and activities. Once you have recorded your instructions and slotted in a corresponding flashcard, pupils can independently replay this as many times as they wish.
- An excellent way for children to record their own thoughts and answers, available for you to listen to at any point. Pupils could even slot small pieces of their own written work into the Talking Frame.
- Use to support children who have additional needs in the areas of speech and language, social communication or working memory. By capturing snippets of speech, Talking Frames can hugely reduce a pupil’s cognitive load.