Age Appropriate Illustrated Stories, Research Based Literacy Program and Basic Sight Words Flash Cards to Encourage Students with Special Needs to Read

Encourage literacy skills through books for children with autism, basic sight words flash cards, and age appropriate illustrated stories. Enable students with developmental disabilities to read with a research based literacy software program, Early Literacy Skills Builder. The Early Literacy Skills Builder Software brings young readers with developmental disabilities to a kindergarten level of reading with engaging characters and dynamic animation. Basic Sight Words Flash Cards Software helps students with developmental disabilities practice sight word recognition - increasing their reading comprehension. Illustrated stories for students with developmental disabilities explore essential skills like communication and healthy friendships. Age appropriate books are entertaining and engaging. Easy to read books for students in transition encourage self determination and self sufficiency. Supporting students with special needs in learning how to read is fun and easy with books and software that highlights text and reads aloud.

Basic Sight Words Software

Digital Flash Cards for the Dolch Basic Sight Vocabulary

Basic Sight Words Flash Cards Software is designed for users who need extra practice with sight word recognition. A series of activities using digital flash cards gives a variety of cues (and the repetition they need) to learn words from the Dolch lists. Individual word lists of any length can be created for special interests or needs.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Survival Signs and Symbols Software

Digital Flash Cards for recognition of real-world signs

Survival Signs & Symbols Flash Cards Software presents these signs and symbols in a multimedia format. The software is designed for non-readers who need to learn the meaning of common community signs. A series of activities using digital flash cards gives users a variety of cues, both visual and aural, and the repetition they need to learn to recognize the signs.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Picture Cue Dictionary Software

A powerful way to teach vocabulary phrases and to use them in daily life.

Activities in a person's world, like shopping and personal care, are supported by over 700 phrases — each represented with text, speech, and illustration.

Picture Cue Dictionary is divided into five word lists: daily activities, housekeeping, personal care, mealtime, and shopping. You create personalized lists. Word cards can be presented with or without text and speech, and users have three activity options: identification, match and text. The sequence of a word list can reflect a daily routine, menu preferences, an activity schedule, a shopping list, or a functional vocabulary assignment.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Learning to Get Along Book Set

Read together, learn together!

Enjoy one, enjoy them all. These eight engaging and attractively illustrated books, from Free Spirit Publishing, offer a broad range of contexts in which to explore social skills and positive behaviors. Diverse characters in real-life situations make these books a valuable tool for parents and children ages 4 to 8 as they establish common vocabulary and processes for dealing with social experiences.

Item No: LG-08AF

Moe the Frog Puppet

Moe the Frog — star of the ELSB Curriculum

He's fun, friendly, and captivating, helping you add a creative touch to your child's experience with our Early Literacy Skills Builder Software. Great for imaginative play, too.

Moe the Frog Puppet has long legs and a big movable mouth.

Item No: EL-S01AF

Safety Skills Reader

Essential everyday safety skills in the home and community

Safety Skills Reader is ideal for self-study for the teen or young adult reading at a second grade level or below. Its carefully conceived and well-illustrated stories cover 26 scenarios and a wide variety of essential everyday safety skills in the home and the community that need to be mastered before taking on the challenge of independent living.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Picture Directions

Activities illustrated step-by-step in color!

Many people with disabilities can perform activities independently by following picture directions. This book features 46 lessons divided into five categories: Cooking, Crafts, Life Skills, Play and Discovery. Each lesson features an illustrated "You will need" checklist plus step-by-step instructions—four to a page. Teacher Tips help you plan your instructional strategies.

Item No: PI-02AF

Learning to Get Along Software Family Version

Incorporate a broad range of skills as you take social learning to another level!

The software includes the superb eight books in the printed series, features upgraded graphics, and is touchscreen and single-switch accessible.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Dynamite Emotions

Examines emotion-driven conflicts and suggests healthy resolutions

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Dynamite Emotions includes six well-written and carefully conceived stories that feature teen and young adult characters experiencing social and emotional challenges with family, friends, and coworkers. Written by a school psychologist, the stories reflect modern times and attitudes. The book explores the feelings of each character and provides suggested resolutions to their disputes and conflicts. It begins with a mini-dictionary of 28 feelings illustrated with close-ups of young people showing distinct facial expressions.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.

Connections in the Workplace

Teaches on-the-job social skills in an engaging, contemporary format

Connections in the Workplace includes 35 well-written and carefully conceived stories that reflect modern times and attitudes. It's ideal for the teen or young adult reading at a second grade level or below. The stories explore crucial on-the-job social skills in typical work situations. The book was written by June Stride, EdD, a former special education teacher and administrator, and author of numerous books on instructional methodology. The stories are designed so that parents can read them aloud, although some readers will be able to tackle them independently. Each four-page story has a student activity page and vocabulary exercises. Topics include proper cell phone etiquette, being responsible on the job, becoming a trustworthy employee, and appropriate social behavior.

Multiple Pricing Options Available.