Perception Game

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Big Foot

Big Foot is a perception game designed for use by children with balance, neurological, or mobility disabilities. The game helps to iomprove balalnce, coordination, dexterity, and perceptual skills, as well as size discrimination and color recognition abilities. The set includes eight four-piece feet and playing cards.

Blunders Board Game

Blunders™ is a board game designed for children ages 5 and up who would benefit from learning polite behavior in an informal setting by identifying rude behavior from polite behavior, while learning appropriate responses to situations and scenarios. In this game the Blunder children, like real children, know that good manners will also help them make more friends, do better in school and develop self-confidence. Players of this manner-building board game join the Blunder family on their quest to

Djeco Green Rain Shaker

The Djeco Green Rain Shaker is a toy that helps promote dexterity, and motor planning, while also providing children with audio sensory input. The shaker also provides users with a hand eye coordination activity by aiming to shake the little beads into holes included in the shaker.

Friendship Farm: Who Is Being Friendly?

The Friendship Farm: Who Is Being Friendly? is a game intended especially for children ages 4 to 10 who are medically autistic, have any form of autism or who have any significant neurological impairment,to help them develop social skills. Children ages 4-10 work to build a social themed puzzle. The back of each puzzle piece features a question designed to stimulate social conversation. To play, children pick a puzzle piece, answer its question, and then turn it over to build a puzzle. Once the

Gonge Blow Lotto

Blow Lotto is designed for children to develop breathing control and lip muscles. Players take turns at blowing the ball from one hole to another, which requires control of the direction and speed of the ball. Nine holes show different pictures, which are also featured on the players' lotto cards. The first player to covers all the pictures is the winner. Set includes plastic frame, ball, game board with track on both sides, four lotto boards with animal pictures on both sides, storage box and 3

Gonge Tactile Discs

The Gonge Tactile Discs are a set of inviting tactile material that challenges children’s sense of touch on both hands and feet, at the same time developing the ability to describe sense impressions verbally. The tactile discs, made of synthetic rubber, contain different tactile structures, each with its own color. The discs offer innumerable possibilities in terms of playing ranging from a fundamental sensing of the tactile structures, to blindfold games based on memory and recognition. The gam

Hidden Rules With Friends

Hidden Rules with Friends is an interactive card game that teaches the hidden rules in American culture—focusing on unwritten expectations about friendship within our society. This interactive card game is a way to teach important social rules that sometimes are never taught. This is geared for ages 6-12 with 2-8 players at a time.

Lauri Actions Language Cards

This set is great to help kids or those on the Autism spectrum develop an understanding of action verbs in addition to increasing their vocabulary. They also retain information on appropriate activities.

Lauri Mind Your Manners Language Cards

By illustrating both proper and improper behavior, this set of 40 colorful cards teaches children proper manners and behavior with a combination of visual cues and verbal explanations. Each card depicts an everyday situation, showing polite or thoughtful behavior on one side and rude or inconsiderate behavior on the other. Topics addressed include table manners, sharing, responsibility, phone etiquette, helping out, sportsmanship, classroom behavior, kindness, self-control, and more. An instruct

Lauri Opposites Cards

This Opposites Cards set includes 20 opposite pairs for 10 different common antonyms, such as full/empty, dirty/clean, on/off, to help kids and/or those with special needs, such as those on the Autism spectrum, develop an understanding of opposite words. Each antonym is shown in two contexts to help players recognize opposites in different situations.

Magnetalk Feelings

MagneTalk Feelings is a multi-use magnetic game to help young ones or those with issues perceiving moods talk about their emotions.For one activity, place one of six "feelings scenes" in the center of the board. Have a child choose a "feelings" magnetic tile that goes with the picture, and have him/her talk about the scene. For an added lesson, have the child pick a tile that shows how he/she would feel in this situation. As a third activity, match the feelings tile with the children's faces on

Milbat Memory Game

The Milbat Memory Game is a perception game designed for use by children with cognitive or neurological disabilities. Made of wood and Plexiglas, the game requires players to draw metal balls through the maze with a magnet to place the balls in the holes according to the pattern on the included cards. OPTIONS: Hand strap for the magnet.

Positive Pragmatic Game Boards

The Positive Pragmatic Game Boards allow students to practice their social communication skills. With each set, choose from 10 game boards targeting specific pragmatic skills:

Sonic Scooters

Sonic Scooters are a small scooting device made for recreational movement and cooperative play. The tongue-and-groove design allows students to "train" as many scooters together as they like, from two on up.

Sonic Scooters

Sonic Scooters are a small scooting device made for recreational movement and cooperative play. The tongue-and-groove design allows students to "train" as many scooters together as they like, from two on up.

Tactile Bars Game

The Tactile Bar game is designed to increase sensory stimulation. The Tactile Bars Game includes two wooden bars, each holding nine wooden pieces covered with different tactile materials, and a durable cloth bag. To play, place one piece in the cloth bag and have players feel the piece and find the corresponding piece on their bar. Can be easily adapted for multiple uses in a sensory stimulation program.

Weber Articulation Cards

Weber Articulation Cards are colorful pronunciation cards that come in pairs. Sets or individual packs can be purchased with emphasis on B, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, P, R, S, T, V, Z, CH, SH, L Blend, R Blend or S Blend articulations, as well as Animal Artic packs. Each deck has its own tin box.

Weighted Seek And Find

The Weighted Seek and Find is a visual motor therapeutic activity. This item helps provide deep pressure to the lap area to help calm and focus the user, it also allows those of various physical abilities to participate in an interactive game. The weighted version is also a way to utilize bilateral strengthening during the shake up.

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, At Home?

What Do You Say... What Do You Do... At Home? is an imaginative, interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important home social skills that students need. This game is designed for developing learners, or those who have cognitive/emotional/behavioral disabilities. Students move around the house answering social skills questions. For each correct answer, the student collects a token. The student with the most tokens at the end of the game wins.

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, At School Board Game

What Do You Say…What Do You Do…At School? is an interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important social skills that students need for interacting with their peers, teachers, and parents. The social situation cards in the game target reasoning, inferencing, pragmatic, narrative, and conversational skills. This game is designed for developing learners, as well as those who may have some cognitive or social/emotional disabilities such as those on the Autism Spectrum.

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, In The Community Board Game

What Do You Say...What Do You Do... In the Community? is an interactive, open-ended game that builds social and decision-making skills appropriate for a variety of situations. This game can be helpful to those on the Autism spectrum, or those who may have a hard time understanding social and behavioral cues.

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