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Special swimming concerns for the child with spina bifida!

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Basic Signing Vocabulary Cards Set A N0112: Basic Signing Vocabulary Cards Set A
100 cards of simple vocabulary and associated signs
Basic Signing Vocabulary Cards  Set  B N0113: Basic Signing Vocabulary Cards Set B
Another 100 cards of simple vocabulary and associated signs
Finger Alphabet Cards N0114: Finger Alphabet Cards
20 sturdy 8 1/2 inch X 1 1 inch cards
meanreads hi-lo books - 6 books N0116: meanreads hi-lo books - 6 books
Reading confidence for reluctant readers
first base hi-lo books N0117: first base hi-lo books
Clear language and strong storylines!
Charlsie's Chuckle N0118: Charlsie's Chuckle
Share in Charlsie's birthday adventure!
Can't You Be Still? N0119: Can't You Be Still?
Ann goes to daycare!
Nobody Knows! N0120: Nobody Knows!
It's tough to communicate without speech!
Here's What I Mean To Say... N0121: Here's What I Mean To Say...
Ann finds a voice in her computer!
Tubes In My Ears N0123: Tubes In My Ears
An essential book for young patients

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Playing Choo Choo with Double Decker Dominoes!

If your child with special needs is between the cognitive ages of 18 months and four years, try making "Choo-Choo trains" with the Double Decker Dominoes. Place all dominoes face up near to the child. Start the train with one block, call it the "engine." Match another block to the back pattern of the engine block. Together, you can take turns matching the correct shape to the back of the train. When the train is long enough, let the child push the train off of the table into a basket. A great way to develop sensory processing skills!

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