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Cheap Talk 4 Inline Direct R0916: Cheap Talk 4 Inline Direct
Sturdy inexpensive communicator!
Classroom Take or Place N' Talk R0927: Classroom Take or Place N' Talk
This large wall mounted model is perfect for the classroom!
Group Take-N-Talk R0930: Group Take-N-Talk
This large wall mounted model is perfect for the classroom!
Four Plate Say-It-Play Communicator R0956: Four Plate Say-It-Play Communicator
60 square inches of communication!
4 Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound R0962: 4 Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound
Introduce communication!
4 Compartment Communicator  with Speech & Lights R0963: 4 Compartment Communicator with Speech & Lights
Introduce communication!
5 Compartment Communicator, with Lights and Sounds R1202: 5 Compartment Communicator, with Lights and Sounds
On-Off switch let's you choose which compartments are active!
6 Level Communicator With 1-8 Jacks R1401: 6 Level Communicator With 1-8 Jacks
Innovative 6-Level Communicator Stores Up to 48 5-Second Messages.
6 Level Communicator With 1-4 Jacks R1402: 6 Level Communicator With 1-4 Jacks
Innovative 6-Level Communicator Stores Up to 48 5-Second Messages.
6 Level Communicator R1403: 6 Level Communicator
Innovative Communicator Stores up to 48 5-Second Messages.

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Pon Pon: Sensory Integration, Balance and Coordination

A great indoor/outdoor toy, especially for children with mild balance and coordination issues or general developmental delays. Start with simply bouncing in place and then work up to real bouncing. The strong kinesthetic stimulation can help some children with autism "click" into attentiveness. Good for indoor winter exercise in cold northern climes.

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