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Basic Sight Words
Designed for students who need extra instructional time with sight word recognition. A series of activities using digital flash cards gives students a variety of cues (and the repetition they need) to learn words from the Dolch lists. Individual word lists of any length can be created for each student's special interests or needs.
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ELSB
The Early Literacy Skills Builder curriculum overturns the widely held belief that children with autism or severe cognitive disabilities are capable only of sight word acquisition. Dr. Diane Browder and her colleagues at the University of North Carolina have created a program that actually teaches literacy skills.
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Focus on Feelings
Photo-illustrated stories with a variety of narrators in a range of ages, races, and gender. This unique product uses the conventions of story to illustrate emotion. Each photo and accompanying text conveys one very specific turn in the story.
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Life Skill Readers
Life Skill Readers provide valuable, practical information for older students reading at a second grade level or below. 40 essays are divided into seven categories: Community, Personal, Places, School, Signs, Transportation, and Work.
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Picture Cue Dictionary
A powerful way to teach vocabulary phrases and to use them in daily life. Activities in the student's world, like shopping and personal care, are supported by over 700 phrases - each represented with text, speech and illustration.
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Safety Skill Readers
Features 26 illustrated stories, each about an essential safety skill. The stories are organized into four categories: Community, Home, Recreational and Personal. Ideal for transition students who are lower-level readers.
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Survival Signs and Symbols
Designed for non-readers who need to learn the meaning of common community signs.  A series of activities using digital flash cards gives students a variety of cues, both visual and aural, and the repetition they need to learn to recognize the signs. In ID mode, the back side of every sign explains what it is, and its purpose.