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Language Development: Tense Sequencing Cards
By: Renata Bursten, Dragonfly Staff




Subtle language concepts like past, present, and future are often best taught by showing many different examples all illustrating the same concept. This set of cards is perfect for this purpose. Try pairing the cards with a "real life" example to start working with them.
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Protecting children with spina bifida in the pool

Swimming in the shallow end poses a special hazard for children without sensation in their legs. To ensure their safety try putting the child into a swim aid like the Dolphin and avoiding the shallow end all together. Don't forget to check the latex-status, most are latex-free.

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