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My Brother, Matthew N0102: My Brother, Matthew
Focuses on feelings of siblings
Lee, The Rabbit With Epilepsy N0103: Lee, The Rabbit With Epilepsy
Kids learn all about epilepsy
Shelley, The Hyperactive Turtle N0104: Shelley, The Hyperactive Turtle
'Wiggly ' feelings in a turtle?!?
Trouble With School
A Family Story about  Learning Disabilities N0105: Trouble With School A Family Story about Learning Disabilities
One family's discovery of a child's learning disability
Mother Goose In Sign N0106: Mother Goose In Sign
Learn to Sign 'One, Two, Buckle My Shoe' and more!
An Alphabet of Animal Signs N0107: An Alphabet of Animal Signs
An animal Sign for each letter of the alphabet!
Songs in Sign N0108: Songs in Sign
Six, easy-to-follow, illustrated songs in Signed English.
Signs For Me
Basic Sign Language for Children N0109: Signs For Me Basic Sign Language for Children
Unique sign vocabulary book for preschool and elementary school children
Signing At School N0110: Signing At School
Simple signs for communicating in the school setting. Ideal for classroom integration!
Beginning Signing Primer Cards N0111: Beginning Signing Primer Cards
100 Signs for colours, creatures, weather, family members... and more!

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Beginning To Use Switch Adapted Toys With Children With Special Needs

Since some children are easily distracted, it is best to remove distractions and setup toys in a manner that will keep the child interested and focused.  In order to make a switch adapted toy stand out from the rest of the environment during play, place dark colored toys on a light surface, such as a towel.  Place light colored toys on a dark surface.  This will make it easier for children to see the cause and effect of pressing the switch activating the toy. There are many switch adapted to choose from - ranging from a cuddly bunny to a fierce dinosaur!

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