The Great Zoo Escape! - Oh no! Some of the animals have escaped from the zoo. Help the zoo keeper put them back where they belong. This trip to the zoo targets the concepts of wild animals and their habitats, introduces animal categories, and reinforces visual discrimination and vocabulary through puzzles, songs, and movement. Part of the Life Sciences Learning Plan level 1, ages 2-3+.
Winning And Losing - Another social script for Kdg and children with special needs who have a hard time dealing with losing a game.#social story. To be most effective, this story must be done every day with the child, especially just before playing a game. #tantrum #meltdown Updated 3/16/17 to include interactive elements.
Remember This! 1 - Listening to remember is a pre-reading skill. This level has one word the child listens for, beginning with two answer choices and a 3 second delay. Each page becomes more difficult, ending in 4 choices and 7 second delay. Appropriate for ages 2-4, or students with special needs. #auditory memory
Lets Play House! - Introduction to imaginative play. What does Mommy or Daddy do at home? Learn common action words for things going on at home, and items you need to do them. Establishes question-response pattern for asking and answering "What is __ doing?", and basic problem-solving. #2 choices #present progressive verbs #role playing
First Pronouns - You - YOU is one of the earliest pronouns children begin to use around ages 2-3. It also is usually one of the most confusing! In this series, fun pictures and videos introduce your toddler to these early pronouns, and the idea that “you” changes when the speaker changes. #special needs, #speech therapy, #perspective
Remember This! 2 - 2nd in a series of listening to remember activities. Child must listen, remember, and find two pictures, beginning with 2 answer choices and a 5 second delay, increasing to 3 choices of visually similar answers and 7 second delay. Appropriate for ages 2-4 #auditory memory