Complex language concepts are so much easier to learn when you can SEE them. MorphoPhonic Faces provide cues based on meaning AND sound. Use these cards to teach sight words, learn Brown's (1973) morphemes, for language therapy, articulation cards, to learn inflectional morphology, to teach grammar in elementary and middle school, as a visual aide in language arts class, to learn suffix endings, and for mastering spelling patterns that are based on morphophonemics. MorphoPhonic Faces cue children to the meaning, sound, pronunciation, and spelling of each of the inflectional morphemes, pronouns, and many grammatical morphemes, too. Simultaneously teach language and print on communication boards. Amazing articulation stimuli for preschoolers!