The 46-Piece Veggie Farm Sorting Set is a set of plastic toys designed for children ages three and up with cognitive disabilities to develop sorting, patterning and fine motor skills. Warning, choking hazard for children under age three.
The Actions Language Cards is an educational game for individuals ages 3 and up that teaches language skills. The language cards help children become familiar with action verbs. Each card features a full-color picture of an activity, different actions such as drinking, hugging, and brushing teeth. Includes 40 cards in a hinged storage case. The cards can be used to develop conversational skills, increase vocabulary, strengthen communication skills, and encourage language development through othe
The All Ready for Toddler Time Readiness Kit is designed for toddlers ages two to three with learning disabilities to teach them basic skills like colors, shapes, counting and the alphabet. Features activities that support the development of toddler skills. Also includes a sturdy storage box.
The Bit Classroom Kit (18 Bots) is a product designed for children grades Kindergarten through 12 to help them understand coding. Color codes, students begin coding screen-free with a marker. Then, students advance with OzoBlockly visual programming. Lessons on STEM subjects (including art, history and more.
The Califone 2964AV Monaural Headset is designed for those individuals with deafness and who are hard of hearing to use in listening centers and during Englsh as a Second Language and English Language Development activities. Versatile classroom headphone. Included case stores twelve headphones and is ideal for itinerant teachers.
Carson-Dellosa Ladybug Letters Game is an alphabet activity designed for children ages four and up with learning disabilities to do. Game is designed to learn the alphabet with ladybug puzzles. The properly assembled two-piece ladybug results in a letter match. Turn the ladybug over to see a finished photograph of something that begins with that letter. No reading is required to play three different games and is for 1-4 players.
Carson-Dellosa What do You See? Colors Game is an educational game designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to promote problem solving skills and language development. Carson-Dellosa What Do You See? Colors Game Set contains 60 game cards and directions in English and Spanish. Game for one to six players allows colorful photograph cards to cover the matching spaces on individual games boards and when the board is full, each player will have a collection of eight colorfu
Childcraft Melissa & Doug Alphabet And Numbers Puzzle Set is an educational toy designed for children with learning disabilities to play with. Has a classic wood puzzle that features the alphabet as well as numbers 0-9 with a big chunky piece that is good for smaller hands. It is designed to lift the number to expose a corresponding amount of items to count under it as well as lift a letter to find an item underneath beginning with that letter. Sold as 2 per set.
The Childcraft First Skills Language Learning Game Set, Set of 3 is an educational game designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder to promote the development of early literacy skills. This game can be played by 1 – 3 players. Set of 3 games. 36 – 60 cards per game.
DIY Backyard Obstacle Course for a Birthday Party! is a do it yourself activity for children with upper and lower extremity disabilities to participate in gross motor skills activities. For this course, the example is a firefighter-themed birthday party.
Double Up Vocabulary and Leisure Game uses photos to teach children leisure and hygiene nouns and action words. Students pick a card and match it to the identical picture on their board. If they don’t have that picture, they can pass it to the student who does. The game can also be used to memorize from association by matching action cards with their corresponding noun. Includes 4 games with 144 matching cards. Can be played with 1 to 4 users.
Educational Advantage Alphabet Bugs, Set of 30 is a product designed for children ages three and up to develop fine motor and literacy skills. All the plastic body segments have lowercase letters on one side and uppercase on the reverse. Link the letters alphabetically and make simple words. Set of 30 includes four caterpillar bug heads and 26 body segments A-Z.
Educational Insights Raccoon Rumpus is an educational game designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder to improve memory. Features a game of costumes, critters and matching. The critter that collects the most costumes wins. For 2 to 4 players.
Edushape Deluxe Music Set Set, Assorted Colors, Ages 3 Months+, Set of 12 are designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, auditory and visual sensory skills. It encourages development and introduces children to the world of dance. Set has bright, easy-to-grasp instruments and creates joyful jiggling sounds that the children enjoy. The cage bell is designed for the babies to touch and hold, the maracitos have an ergonomic design for big
The Foam Move Cubes Pack with Activity Guide (Set of 3) is an unpredictable, fun, easy and exciting game for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to use together or individually creating endless possibilities. Good for language and academics such as Preposition, Phonic cards, Shapes, Vocabulary, Alphabet, Opposites, Body awareness And more. Set of three. Movement activity guide included.
Guidecraft Magnification Blocks, Set of 6 are tactile building blocks designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to play with. Guidecraft Magnification Blocks include six stacking squares which feature hardwood frames and smooth, rounded corners and edges with inset magnified acrylic windows. Ideal for exploring natural, tactile and other detailed materials found inside or in nature. Enhance STEM-based activities with the 6-piece set. Good for group play.
Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read - Level 1: Early Emergent Readers (Pre-K | Ages 3-4) is a program designed for students with learning disabilities to teach them how to read. Hooked on Phonics' Learn to Read Program teaches children the skills needed to become confident readers, giving them a foundation to build on through their education years and beyond. Utilizing videos, storybooks, a workbook, reward stickers and flashcards, children will gain an understanding of reading skills and an appreci
Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read - Level 4: Emergent Readers (Kindergarten | Ages 4-6) is an adapted book and CD-ROM designed for students with learning disabilities to learn how to read. Hooked on Phonics' Learn to Read Program teaches kids the skills needed to become confident readers, giving them a foundation to build on through their education years and beyond. Utilizing videos, storybooks, a workbook, reward stickers and flashcards, children will gain an understanding of reading skills and a
Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read - Level 6: Transitional Readers (First Grade | Ages 6-7) Paperback – February 21, 2017, is a fun and effective adapted book designed for children with learning disabilities to learn to read.
The Key Education Big Box of Scrambled Sentences Game is an educational game designed for students with learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder to help them sequence three-part sentences and practice reading sight words. Each puzzle piece is self-checking and also allows students to create silly sentences. It helps children to decode words using the examples as context clues while improving their perception skills and teaches that sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a p
The Key Education Big Box of Sorting & Classifying Board Game is an educational game designed for children ages and up with learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder to develop mathematical concepts, increase vocabulary and improve visual discrimination skills. The game helps to teach the reading-readiness concept of same, different and present strategies to build organizational, thinking skills.
The Key Education Sight Word Space Station Game is an educational game designed for children grades Kindergarten through Second to practice reading and memory skills by finding sight word pairs. The concentration-style game features 48 high-frequency sight words that include color-coded cards for two levels of play. It includes directions for up to 8 players.
Learn to Read – Level 7: Early Fluent Readers (Second Grade | Ages 7-8) is a program designed for students with learning disabilities to learn how to read. It is designed to help the child learn the building blocks of reading, Learn to Read – Level 7: Early Fluent Readers covers the following: Level 6 Review, Long Vowel Sounds with “e,” Vowel Teams like “ee”, “oa”, and “ai”, “r”-controlled Words, “y” at the End of a Word, Two-Syllable Words, and 18 New Sight Words.
Learn to Read – Level 8: Early Fluent Readers (Second Grade | Ages 7-8) is a program designed for students with learning disabilities to teach them how to read. It is designed to help the child learn the building blocks of reading, Learn to Read – Level 8: Early Fluent Readers covers the following: Level 7 Review, Vowel Teams, Diphthongs and Complex Consonant Blends, “wr-” and “kn-,” Soft “c” and “g,” Two-Syllable Words and 18 New Sight Words.
Learning Game Board is a customizable game board for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. This is a blank, magnetic, dry erase game board has four player positions – two that have been specially adapted with large activation buttons for choosing among the four play spaces in front of a player. For those who need to use their own switches, the board also has switch inputs at these two positions. The Learning Game Board is dry erase so it can be used over and over again f
Learning Resources Bake & Learn is a playset designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to enhance fine motor skills, learn letters, shapes and numbers while pretending to bake brownies, cookies or a cake.
The Learning Resources Crocodile Hop Floor Game is designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to engage in gross motor play as an individual, in a small or large group. Reinforces a range of early learning skills: color and shape recognition, numbers and counting (1-10), problem solving and gross motor skills.
The Learning Resources Farmer's Market Color Sorting Set is designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to develop color recognition and sorting skills as well as to expand vocabulary by naming familiar favorites and learning new foods. Includes 25 foods in 5 different colors, 5 baskets, activity guide, and stickers for labeling.
Learning Resources Goodie Games ABC Cookies are toys designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to teach them the alphabet, letter recognition, beginning sounds, CVC word building and early vocabulary. Support language development and creative thinking with imaginative play.
The Learning Resources Goodie Games ABC Cookies, 89 Pieces is designed for children ages with Autism Spectrum Disorder to reinforce the alphabet, letter recognition, beginning sounds, C-V-C word building, and early vocabulary. Features 4 different games and includes 45 double-sided cards, 42 alphabet cookies, and 2 spinners. Alphabet cookies are made of durable plastic, store in the resealable plastic jar, and measure 2 inches. Includes activity guide. For 2 to 4 players.
The Learning Resources Mental Blox Critical Thinking Game is designed for children ages five and up to help them practice following verbal instructions, asking questions and build critical thinking skills. Activity cards provide children with examples of what to build.
The Learning Resources New Sprouts Breakfast Foods Basket, 16 Pieces is an educational toy designed for children ages two and up with learning disabilities to expand vocabularies by naming familiar favorites and learning new foods.
Learning Resources Play & Pretend Rise & Shine Breakfast Set is an educational toy designed for children ages three and up with learning disabilities to teach them healthy eating habits and build vocabulary.
Learning Resources Smart Market is a product designed for children ages three years and up with learning disabilities to introduce math concepts, learn the alphabet and work on counting. Also encourages imaginative and cooperative play. Water-friendly scope with 5x magnification, built-in LED flashlight, thermometer and ruler.
The Learning Resources Smart Sounds Play House is an educational toy designed for children ages two and up with learning disabilities to learn fine motor skills, colors and vocabulary. Hands-on play sparks creativity during imaginative play sessions. The house’s leaves include fundamental shapes, numbers, and letters.
Learning Resources Snap n’ Learn Rhyming Pups, Set of 20, is a set of puppy friends that snap together to make rhyming words designed for children ages three and up to enhance vocabulary and improve fine motor skills. Set includes ten puppy heads with beginning letters and ten puppy tails with two letter word endings that can be mixed and matched to make a variety of rhyming words.
The Melissa & Doug Farm Sound Block Set is a set of tactile building blocks designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to enforce reinforcement, matching and to stimulate listening and auditory skills. The user matches the pictures and hears the sound. Animal sounds play when matching cubes are placed in the wooden tray. Includes 6 realistic sounds.
The Melissa & Doug Vehicle Sound Puzzle is a peg puzzle designed for children with learning and speech disabilities to reinforce cause and effect relationships, early vocabulary and matching skills. Peg Puzzles are taken to the next level with this fun and exciting puzzle. Listen to the sounds of a fire engine, airplane, ambulance and more. Realistic sounds are played only when the correct puzzle piece is properly placed on the board. This is a way to reinforce cause and effect relationships
The Melissa & Doug Wood Block Set of 100 is an educational toy designed for children ages three and up with Autism Spectrum Disorder to build combinations of a variety of shapes and sizes. Good for developing shape and color recognition, sorting skills and manual dexterity. Spot and wipe clean.
The My First Brain Quest is an educational game for children ages 2 and up and those with developmental disabilities to build vocabulary skills.
Naming Initial Sounds With Play Dough Cutters is a do it yourself activity for children with learning disabilities and sensory processing disorder to learn initial sounds of sight words.
Nessy Learning Programme 4 Deluxe is a software program designed for use by individuals with dyslexia, Down’s syndrome, Asperger’s and Emotional Disabilities. It uses a combined structure of phonics linked with language, writing skills and vocabulary development, to create multisensory learning. Nessy enables all abilities to read, write and spell with confidence. Nessy is ideal for teachers who need to provide a complete literacy scheme for students with dyslexia. The extensive resources are or
The PRiO is an iPad based communication tool made for people with communication disabilities, neurological or spinal cord injury or any severe physical disability, who already established vocabulary skills. It is designed to help them establish vocabulary and motor planning skills. It features iPad Air and the popular Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) Words for Life (WFL) Vocabulary.
The Talk Block is a recordable block that reaches beyond foundational listening and speaking practice (auditory) by providing visual reinforcement. Insert any Picture Communication Symbol (PCS), image or photo, and press down to record and replay up to 30 seconds of sound, and then flip the switch to lock. This cross-curricular, open resource offers many opportunities to practice skills, assess students, and convey instructions for center activities.
The “Say & Do” Apraxia Fun Sheets reproducible workbook is full of engaging activities for children with apraxia of speech. Students focus on repetition as they learn to form consonant and vowel combinations in four basic syllable structures: VC, CV, CVCV, and CVC.
Sight Words Bingo offers bingo fun while students practice and learn sight word skills. Two games in one provide an interesting way to introduce or reinforce sight words. Each side of the double-sided answer mat features a different skill. Perfect for use with the entire class or small-group instruction.
Social Skill Builder Special Needs School Rules Software, Volume 1, Ages 8 to 18 Years is assistive technology designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and behavioral issues to learn practice their social cues, understand daily standards and more successfully interact with fellow students. With this product, children learn structured classroom, physical education and unstructured scenarios like locker rooms, lockers, personal hygiene and school hallways. In general, children of all st
Spin and Spell is a do it yourself game to play with people with cognitive disabilities to encourage them to improve their reading skills and expand their vocabulary. This game can be played with 2, 3, 4, and 5 letters. Players spin the nuts to create words, and can add or take away the nuts to increase or decrease difficulty. When players think they have spelled all words, they can take the letters out and mix around the order. The more nuts used, the more advanced the game.
The Tangible Object Cards are a vocabulary enhancement activity for people with language, learning and communication disabilities. The cards are also intended for people who are blind or have low vision. Each card displays a word on the top portion and there is corresponding object securely fastened to the bottom of the card. These cards allow a person to learn to associate a word with the actual object it represents. Cards with SymbolStix symbols are available for an additional cost. The core s
The Teaching Emotions Toolkit is a bundle designed for children with disabilities to learn about emotions as well as regulation. It contains all the resources users need to give children an emotion vocabulary, help them to better understand what they are feeling and what to do with those feelings. This toolkit gives intentional teaching of emotional intelligence. These resources are a non-threatening and fun way to improve their emotional IQ skills in the home or in the classroom. These activiti
The Learning Journey: Match It! - 4 Letter Words - 20 Self-Correcting Reading & Spelling Puzzles with Matching Images is an educational matching game designed for children with learning disabilities to improve motor skills, develop concentration vocabulary skills and to encourage independent play. This bright collection of 20 four-piece puzzles is aimed at introducing children to four letter words. The colorful pictures help children associate words with objects and are designed to teach ear
The Trend Enterprises Alphabet Puzzle Set is designed for children ages three and up with Autism Spectrum Disorder to learn the alphabet practice early reading skills. Photos reinforce letter sounds. Format adapts to abilities and features interlocking pieces with photographs for easy recognition and retention.
The Trend Enterprises What Goes Together Puzzle Set is designed for children ages three and up with Autism Spectrum Disorder to match common objects to expand vocabulary and basic life skills. Reinforces early childhood topics with hands-on activities that challenge young minds. Format adapts to abilities and features self-correcting puzzle pieces with photographs for easy recognition and retention.
Where is Howie's Owie?? is an educational game designed for children ages four to six to develop body awareness and vocabulary by using fun bandage magnets to identify body parts.