Autism can present many challenges, especially when it comes to learning. Despite autism doesn’t always affect the child’s ability to learn, it often affects the way a child learns. And that can be especially important when it’s time to teach an autistic child to read and spell.
Many autistic children are visual thinkers they think in pictures instead of words. Other autistic children learn better through sound, and still, others learn best with touch. Many have problems getting sequences to stick in their memory banks, like long strings of words, numbers, or multi-step instructions. And differentiating between certain sounds can be difficult for the autistic child, which makes learning to read especially hard.
- Match and Spell Board Game: Encourages pre-readers and early readers alike to match the pictures and words to their challenge cards, help little ones learn to spell, and make the connection between objects and their names while having fun with the cards and letter cubes.
- It helps to gain an important understanding of the mechanics of vocabulary, aided by the picture cards which provide a clue to the meaning of the word being formed.
- Increases focus and attention: helps your child to develop their concentration and memory skills, preparing them the essential skills for future academic success.
- It helps children to develop their brains: learn and spell letters, objects, numbers, food, and more.
- Designed to reinforce her letter recognition and practice phonics and sight words.
-Word building, and early vocabulary.
-26 Alphabet puzzle
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A really awesome game for my 3 year old. She loves this game and caught on quickly.
My toddler is obsessed with the alphabet and sounds and this is the perfect toy to reinforce her letter recognition and practice phonics and sight words. It has a ton of various words with bright pictures. The words are 3, 4 and 5 letters long so you can increase the difficulty as your child gets older. There's also a flap to cover the word for an added challenge later of spelling the word independently. The tiles are a good size - easy to see and easy to manipulate even for my 2 year old. It's very simple but definitely keeps her occupied and learning.
Purchased for my adult daughter who was a passenger in a fatal car wreck and acquired a severe diffuse axonal traumatic brain injury and severe short term memory loss. I’m having to reteach her to relearn everything. Literally from ABC’s and 123’s It’s very hard due to now short term memory loss. But this a wonderful rehabilitation tool!