Ready to Read

IMG_0018[1]Ready to Read

This kit contains a series of visual interactive books designed to teach beginning level reading.  The main focus is to teach that words have meaning.  This kit includes 3 booklets (I See, I Like, I Eat).  It also includes 1 data sheet and 1 direction sheet along with matching cards.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.

The Story of Humpty Dumpty

IMG_0019[1]The Story of Humpty Dumpty

The focus of this learning aid is to provide a strategy for breaking down a story, like Humpty Dumpty, in order to improve comprehension.  It focuses on literacy and the basic plot points like who, what, where and when.  This kit includes matching Velcro pieces, a matching chart and a bound copy of the story of Humpty Dumpty.

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Spongebob Prepositions

image (1)Spongebob Prepositions

The focus of this activity is to teach various prepositions by using the character Spongebob.  This kit includes laminated cards and accompanying prepositional words on Velcro pieces.

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It Means The Same Thing

image (1)It Means The Same Thing

The focus of this activity is to choose three words from a group of five that are synonyms of the pictured word.  This kit includes instructions, two pages of matching synonyms to pictures, a key, and a page of extra words that do not belong on the board.

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Number Matching

IMG_0013[1]Number Matching

Match numerical characters with number words and dots.  Activity includes:  Velcro board, dots, numbers, and words 1 – 20.

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Ready to Group

IMG_0009[1]Ready to Group, part of the Ready to Learn series.

A visual and interactive set of activities designed to teach students grouping.  Grouping is matching the correct number of objects to a number.  Ready to Group is the next step after Ready to Count.  The Ready to Learn series is designed to fade visual supports and actively engage students-easily modified to individualized to a students needs.  Kit includes a workbook with activity pages including number character and visual icons,  didactic instruction, prompt hierarchy, character/number sequence, grouping assessment tool, counting using icons board, and number cards.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.

 

Fill in the Missing Number

IMG_0005[1]Fill in the Missing Number

Number activity focusing on sequencing of numbers.  Find the number that matches the missing logical numeric character.  Activity includes number characters and picture cards.

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Transportation Counting Activity 1-10

IMG_0003[1]Transportation Counting Activity 1-10

This activity focuses on number identification and word identification.  The goal is to match the written word to the numerical character.  Image icons of transportation are used as supports.  This activity includes ten Velcro cards with transportation images, written words, and numerical characters.

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Number Puzzle Activity

IMG_0002[1]Number Puzzle Activity

This activity focuses on number identification, color identification, reasoning (part-whole), fine motor development and literacy.  The goal of the activity is to put together puzzle pieces to form a picture.  It includes instructions, Velcro cards, and puzzle pieces.

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Category Sorting Game

IMG_1141Category Sorting Game

This kit contains 50 realistic objects that can be sorted into the following 10 categories: toys, food, animals, people, things to wear, baby items, vehicles, tools, musical instruments and eating utensils. In sorting, categorizing and describing the objects, this manipulative can be used to facilitate language, thinking and generalization skills.

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Dressing Boards

IMG_1140Dressing Boards

Let your little “fashion plates” practice the basics of dressing themselves with these durable dressing boards! They will learn to tie, button, snap, buckle, zip and lace with these vinyl boards.

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In, On, and Under Game

IMG_1139In, On, and Under Game

A kit that teaches the prepositions in, on, under, next to, in front of and behind. Children match a card with a koala in a hat to a game board. The appealing objects can be used with and without the game boards to expand spatial awareness and language skills. The game includes 4 boards, 24 cards, 4 chicks, 4 koalas, a wooden tub, felt hat and a metal carriage.

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The Basic Reading Comprehension Kit for Hyperlexia & Autism

IMG_1137The Basic Reading Comprehension Kit for Hyperlexia & Autism  

This program is for children with autism who have hyperlexia, the ability to read words with an apparent lack of comprehension. For these children, improving language comprehension improves reading comprehension. Pp.174.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.

 

Yacker Tracker

IMG_1136Yacker Tracker

The “Yacker Tracker”® is perfect for anyone needing an easy, effective way to monitor noise levels. Green traffic light stays lit until noise in room goes above set level (determined by user), green light then goes off and flashing yellow light comes on as a warning. When sound level reaches 20 decibel above set level, the red light and siren sound come on.

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Sequencing Events in Stories Fun Deck

IMG_1135Sequencing Events in Stories Fun Deck 

This Fun Deck® targets reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing skills. The deck has 56 cards with three levels of difficulty. The student reads the sentences, decides what the correct order should be, and uses wet- or dry-erase markers to sequence the sentences by number (1-5, depending on the sentence level). Card-Side B presents the story sentences arranged in correct sequence, an answer key, and three Conversation Questions for extension. Includes four dry-erase markers – all in a sturdy tin.

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The Language Builder Picture Cards

IMG_1133The Language Builder Picture Cards

This set of 350 vivid, beautifully photographed noun cards is an invaluable tool for teaching key language concepts to children with autism or other speech and language delays. The set includes images in nine basic categories: Animals, Foods, Vehicles, Furniture, Clothing, Toys, Everyday Objects, Shapes and Colors. Stage One is comprised of 105 cards that present two identical images on non-distracting white backgrounds. These basic cards foster matching, labeling and categorization skills. The remaining cards round out Stage Two, which presents the images in their natural settings, enabling children to conceptualize and generalize.

If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.