An Educational Game That Kids Love
It’s no secret that homeschooling can be challenging. Children with autism are often visual learners, meaning their thought process is heavily based on pictures, not words. It’s also common for children with autism to learn through touch and sound. This vocabulary game for kids is designed to help young students learn spelling, vocabulary, word building, and letter recognition their way.
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We recommended our Magnetic Learning Board. Your child will love learning to write letters and numbers while simultaneously developing their fine motor skills and improving creativity.
- Match challenge cards with pictures and words to help pre-readers and early readers learn to connect objects with their names
- Picture cards provide a helpful clue so kids can discover the mechanics of vocabulary
- Boost attention, focus, memory, and concentration
- Designed for practicing sight words, phonics, and letter recognition
- Includes 1 base, 30 cards, and 26-piece alphabet puzzle
Recommended Product: Autism Balance Cushion. This cushion helps our kids sit up straight and reduces fidgeting, allowing them to accomplish more while seated - in the classroom or at home.
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