Quick Pix: Not Just A Math Game
Quick Pix: Not Just a Math Game is a math skills card game designed for use by children with learning disabilities. Designed to teach addition and subtraction skills to children ages seven years and up, the game comprises a set of "answer cards" to be dealt between two to four players. The answer cards are to be paired with the matching question cards as they are turned up one at a time. The goal is to match the correct answer to the matching math question card as quickly as possible and capture
Abc's & Numbers (Model 550Fp)
ABC's and Numbers, model 550FP, is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to teach to recognize letters and numbers for individuals with a learning disability. The set features 36 full color picture cards with all the letters of the alphabet in lower case and numbers one through ten.
Mother Goose Says (Model 4013)
Mother Goose Says, model 4013, is an auditory game designed to improve cognitive skills, memorization, matching and sorting for children with a learning disability. Mother Goose is the main character who guides children through common nursery rhymes that they can listen to and recite as they learn to read and build language skills. Included are four colorful game boards that teach shapes, colors, numbers, and matching skills. The game can be used by one or two palyers.
Alpha Animals Game (Model 617A)
The Alpha Animals Game, model 617a, is an alphabet board game designed to build vocabulary for individuals with a learning disability. Kids test their knowledge of animals by naming animals that begin with a specific letter. It challenges players by offering easy and not so easy questions. This game is meant for two to four players.