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Tackling Transition Times

Tips for inclusive transition strategies in preschool.

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Rocking Talking Switch Plate L0703: Rocking Talking Switch Plate
Easy access to your message
Twin Talk, 1-4" Jack R0504: Twin Talk, 1-4" Jack
Three interchangeable center dividers of variable heights.
Twin Talk & Play, 1-4" Jack R0505: Twin Talk & Play, 1-4" Jack
Three interchangeable center dividers of variable heights.
Twin Talk & Play, 1-8" Jacks R0506: Twin Talk & Play, 1-8" Jacks
Three interchangeable center dividers of variable heights.
Twin Talk With Clear Plastic Covers R0508: Twin Talk With Clear Plastic Covers
Features removable clear plastic covers for your icons!
Clip Talk - Direct Select R0521: Clip Talk - Direct Select
Lightweight Communicator Clips Anywhere!
Clip Talk - Direct Select and Jacks R0522: Clip Talk - Direct Select and Jacks
Clip it anywhere!
Clip Talk With Jacks Only R0523: Clip Talk With Jacks Only
Clip it anywhere!
Two Compartment Communicator with Lights Only R0536: Two Compartment Communicator with Lights Only
Great first communicator!
Two Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound R0537: Two Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound
Great first communicator!

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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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