Spectrum Speech Pathology specialising in autism, aspergers syndrome

Spectrum Speech Pathology specialising in autism, aspergers syndrome

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  • How do I stand in Your Shoes

    How do I stand in Your Shoes

    For professionals and parents to use with preschoolers – 4th graders. Miranda Peabody had no patience for the other students in class and just didn’t understand why they couldn’t be as smart and talented as she was. Her teacher, Mrs. Klemp, suggested that she try to understand other people by “standing in their shoe

    $29.00

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  • How Rude!

    How Rude!

    How Rude! is a serious etiquette encyclopedia that’s so much more than just a manners book. It’s a book teens will want to read—because it keeps them laughing, doesn’t preach or talk down to them, and deals with issues that matter to them the most.

    In the tradition of his best-selling Bringing Up Parents, Alex J. Packer blends outrageous humour with sound advice as he guides readers through the mysterious world of etiquette and manners from A (“Applause”) to Z (“Zits”). He starts by explaining why etiquette is important—because people who know how to handle themselves in social situations come out on top, get what they want, feel good about themselves, and enjoy life to the fullest. It explains why using good manners makes life easier, not harder!

    In 480 pages, this revised and updated edition of Packer’s 1997 classic by the same name describes the basics of polite behavior in all kinds of situations. Hundreds of questions and answers cover everything from dating to breaking up, thank-you notes to table manners, ethnic jokes to social cliques, and more. Teens learn how to be a host with the most (and a guest with the best), what to do (and not do) when going online or waiting in line, how to deal with rude relatives, how to act at the mall and the concert hall, how to make introductions… even who invented manners.

    $49.00

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  • In our House

    In our House

    Design the house. Each of the four play boards features a different room that children can design and organize themselves. A lovely game for developing vocabulary knowledge, categorizing skills, creativity and imagination. Design the house and tell the story!

    $26.00

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  • Join In and Play

    Join In and Play

    Join In and Play

    Teaches the basics of cooperation, getting along, making friends, and being a friend.

    $20.00

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  • Junior Alias – Card Game

    Junior Alias – Card Game

    $20.00

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  • Know and Follow Rules

    Know and Follow Rules

    Know and Follow Rules

    Explains why we have rules and teaches four basic rules: “Listen,” “Best Work,” “Hands and Body to Myself,” and “Please and Thank You.”

    $20.00

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  • Lets Get Dressed

    Lets Get Dressed

    Children enjoy dressing-up. Sort and match the clothing sets for the boy and girl. An excellent way to practise using pronouns, descriptive language as well as giving and following instructions. Children can follow the model cards or use their own imaginations. Flexible and washable game pieces that can be shared or great for independent play.

    $26.00

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  • Listen and Learn

    Listen and Learn

    Listen and Learn

    Knowing how to listen is essential to learning, growing, and getting along with others. Simple words and inviting illustrations help children develop skills for listening, understand why it’s important to listen, and recognize the positive results of listening. Includes a note to teachers and parents, additional information for adults, and activities.

    $20.00

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  • Monkey Bingo

    Monkey Bingo

    An exciting way to play to an old favourite bingo. A great new dispenser keeps children involved in all aspects of the game. Great for categorizing, turn taking, matching and simple game strategy all the time having fun!

    $27.00

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  • Monster Catcher

    Monster Catcher

    How many monsters can you catch?
    Collect monsters in this fun, colour-matching game, but be careful, the monster catcher is waiting to take them from you ! Great game for learning that sometimes you lose and sometimes you win. Lots of opportunities for developing language skills, describing, turn taking, matching and more.

    $28.00


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  • Motivate to Communicate

    Motivate to Communicate

    300 Games and Activities for your Child with Autism

    ‘This practical resource is full of exciting ideas for motivating children with autism spectrum disorders and other communication difficulties. The clear, user-friendly format enables quick access to over 300 practical, fun-filled games and activities for developing your child’s communication skills.’

    $35.00

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  • My Size, Shape & Colour

    My Size, Shape & Colour

    For early learners this delightful game targets colour, shape and size recognition. A multi-purpose game that can be used to develop listening skills, following directions, as well as giving instructions, fine motor skills, attention and concentration.

    $20.00

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  • Pengoloo

    Pengoloo

    A fun South Pole eggspedition!

    Our Penguins are ready to play with you. Roll the dice to find their matching hidden eggs. Be the first to win to collect six penguins. Memory and a little luck will help you succeed in this fun South Pole eggspedition

    $38.00

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  • Pop Up Toy

    Pop Up Toy

    $32.00

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  • Reach Out And Give

    Reach Out And Give

    Reach Out And Give

    Even very young children can help to make the world a better place. This book begins with the concept of gratitude, because feeling grateful is a powerful motivator. Words and pictures show children contributing to their community in simple yet meaningful ways. Includes discussion questions, a philanthropy role-play, generosity games, and ideas for service projects.

    $20.00

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  • Respect

    Respect

    Respect and Take Care of Things

    Everything has a place. Things last longer when we take care of them. Respect, responsibility, and stewardship are concepts that even young children can relate to; because they have things they value. This book encourages children to pick up after themselves, put things back where they belong, and ask permission to use things that don’t belong to them. It also teaches simple environmental awareness: respecting and taking care of the earth. Includes ideas for adult-led activities and discussions

    $20.00

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  • Shapes and Colours

    Shapes and Colours

    Children will learn to matching shape and color combinations using these flexible and washable play pieces. Attach the play board to the activity mat, and complete the pictures using the appropriate pieces. Great for developing young children’s early learning skills. Children can create their own pictures.

    $26.00

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  • Share and Take Turns

    Share and Take Turns

    Share and Take Turns

    Helps children practice sharing, understand how and why to share, and realize the benefits of sharing.

    $20.00

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