Picture Family is a series of 80 sequential, reproducible pictures depicting a day with the Wilson Family. Students are introduced to David and Donna Wilson and their children, Susan and Eric. The pictures follow the family members as they wake up, eat breakfast, and head out for the day. Eric plays at a neighbor’s house, while Susan takes the bus to school. After school, she goes to the neighbor’s to do her homework. Donna does to work, then goes grocery shopping. David gets gas on his way to work. After work, he deposits his pay check in the bank and picks up the kids. At home, the children play a game together and eat dinner, while the parents get ready to go out for the evening. The pictures depict normal events in the life of a modern family, allowing for discussion of topics such as childcare and working mothers. Picture Family includes teacher’s notes and methodology, follow up activities, comprehension and review, and exercises at multiple levels, making it an ideal resource for ESL, language skills, and special education programs.