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    Kids” Daily Dilemmas In a Jar


    Provocative conversation starters for youth groups or around the dinner table, 101 dilemmas prepare kids to meet life’s challenges and offer help with making good choices.

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    Kids’ Attitude In a Jar


    “You are the only one who can grade your life, so give yourself an A+.”

    “Happiness is what’s in your heart, not what you own.”

    “Laughter softens life’s rough edges.”

    A positive attitude is the key to a happy, healthy life. Inside this colorful jar, you’ll find 101 “attitude cards” designed to encourage young people to feel good about themselves and face each day with hope, happiness, integrity, and insight. A great way to start the day at home or at school.

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    Rx For Stress In a Jar


    Ideas, activities, and tips on stress management you can use to deal with the stress you are feeling about friends, school, or things happening at home.

    Use Rx for Stress for conversation and discussion starters; warm-ups and icebreakers; writing and storytelling prompts; thought or activity of the day; daily insight and support for positive personal development; and more!

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    Ask & Answer WH Questions


    This interactive program presents the five WH Ask & Answer Fun Decks (280 questions and answers). Each question card presents a colorful illustration and a basic WH question. Students select an answer from three possible choices.
    Several game playing options allow the student to choose the number of cards or decks to play within each game, as well as to play with sound on or off. Students receive positive feedback with every correct or incorrect answer. This program saves and tracks student performance and progress on the computer’s hard drive. Use the data to create reports with one click of the mouse!
    Webber Ask & Answer WH Questions Interactive Fun Decks CD-ROM

    Includes the five Ask & Answer Fun Decks Who? What? When? Where? Why?
    Four different game play options allow students to play with ten cards from one deck, an entire deck, or two to five decks at a time.
    Tracks data for an unlimited number of students.
    Gives automatic feedback for correct/incorrect responses.
    Prints student reports for parents and teachers with one click of the mouse.

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    Using His, Her & Their


    The Using His, Her, & Their Fun Deck is a creative way to teach students correct use of the pronouns his, her, and their. This deck contains 26 brightly illustrated card pairs. The first card in the pair introduces a character scene and provides a question to elicit the appropriate pronoun. (“Dudley owns a bike. Whose bike is it?”) The second card provides the answer, using the pronoun his, her or their. (“It is his bike.”) Deck also includes content and game idea cards for added pronoun fun! Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin

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    Using I & Me


    I built a sandcastle with my friends.” “My friends built a sandcastle with me.” The Using “I and Me” Fun Deck contains 26 pairs of playfully illustrated cards that target the personal pronouns I and me. The deck also includes three bonus cards for game variations, content cards, and game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin. I like to play fun card games. Come play with me!

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    What Would You Do At Home If…..


    Help your students make good choices in and around the home with Super Duper’s What Would You Do At Home If… Fun Deck. Students learn how to solve problems, understand cause/effect relationships, and practice good social skills. 56 total cards with game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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    Sequencing Verb Tenses


    Help students identify and use the past, present, and future tenses of 48 action verbs with the Sequencing Verb Tenses card deck! This card deck contains 24 regular and 24 irregular 3-step, illustrated verb sequences. Choose an action verb to teach, and then have students put the cards in order while filling in the blanks with the correct verb tenses.
    (She will paint the fence. She paints the fence. She painted the fence.)
    Sequencing Verb Tenses

    48 verbs presented in 3-step sequences (144 total cards)
    48 action verbs (24 regular and 24 irregular)
    Content cards and game ideas

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    Learning To Sequence – 3 Scene


    Children will eagerly assemble the pieces of Learning to Sequence: 3-Scene to determine what happens next in 16 picture stories.

    For added fun, have children narrate the story from each scene. Each set includes 48 photographic cards plus game directions in English, Spanish, and French. It is perfect for ages 4 and up.

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    Social Inferences


    Social Inferences Fun Deck with Super Duper Secret Decoder has 63 social story cards to help students improve their inference-making skills. Students listen to/read the stories and choose the answer that represents a logical inference. There are three social skills sections.

    Section I – (cards #1–21) asks the student
    to make an inference about the character’s personality based on his/her behavior in
    the scene.
    Section II – (cards #22–43) asks the student to infer how the character in the scene is feeling.
    Section III – (cards #44–63) asks the student to identify the appropriate/inappropriate behavior the character is displaying in the scene.

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    Emotions & Expressions 2


    This second set of Emotions and Expression Cards provide an increased level of complexity to help tackle problems associated with children who have learned to talk but have not developed sufficient non-verbal understanding to enable them to hold effective conversations.

    Using the cards will enhance a child’s ability to:

    Interpret facial expressions and body language
    Recognise the signals that indicate where people are
    Know what people might be doing, thinking, feeling or talking about
    Produce information relevant to the situation and people present
    Develop key observational skills
    Exhibit theory of mind – understand and empathise from another’s perspective

    The pack contains cards showing 4 different age examples of the following emotions – interested; sad; angry; kind; scared; worry; share; bored; pleased; confused; fed up.

    Ages: 5+

    44 cards, 210 x 148 mm (A5) with manual

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    Sequences: 6 & 8 Step for Children


    ColorCards® Sequences: 6 & 8-Step for Children is comprised of 48 large format photocards, arranged into four six-step sequences and three eight-step sequences. The sequences feature lively stories and themes that are based inside the home or in familiar locations so that students will be able to better relate with the material.

    6-Step Sequences include: The Present, The Horse Ride, The Photograph and Playing Ball.
    8-Step Sequences include: The Surprise Cake, The School Bag and The Bike and The Scooter.

    Sequences: 6 & 8-Step is a valuable resource for work with individual children and small groups for:

    Expressive Language
    Logical thought
    Understanding the elements of a story
    Communication skills

    Includes 48 photocards with wipe-clean laminated surfaces and rounded corners. Cards measure 6″ x 6″.

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    What Are They Thinking?


    An inspiring and creative resource for developing empathy, understanding feelings and recognizing emotions, ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? is designed to stimulate animated discussion. These imaginative photocards provide an innovative way of initiating conversation with individuals and groups and are also useful for creative writing with all ages. The user imagines what the people are thinking and how they may feel in a similar situation, then fills in the speech bubble either verbally or in writing. Some cards show just one person, others show a child or adult reacting to the speech or behavior of other people.

    The cards may be used in any order or context, but they have been grouped with suggestions for use under the following categories:

    Dealing with trouble
    Tests and achievement
    Being left out

    ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? can be used to focus on:

    Verbal and non-verbal language
    The relationship between thoughts and feelings
    Recognizing that speech and behavior affect other people
    The influences on thoughts and feelings of factors such as surprise, stress and confrontation
    Caring Attitudes

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    Teen Talk In a Jar


    This is the game for teenagers to break the ice and start conversations with their peers. With Teen Talk in a Jar, you have access to 101 interesting questions to stimulate dialogue and break through awkwardness! Users will enjoy reading the thought provoking prompts on each card and sharing their opinions. Turn it into a standalone game or use the cards to supplement existing activities! Use this social communication resource in your home, classroom, or clinic to get kids talking with ease.

    Examples of questions include: If you had to define “normal” how would you define it? Which song's lyrics best describe your life? What scares you most about growing old? If you had money to buy one thing that would fit in your room, what would you want?

    This jar includes 101 question cards to help get kids talking to prompt interesting discussions. The cards are great for advisory time activities. Ages 13 & Up

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    What Are They Thinking?


    What Are They Thinking? contains 60 clever photos to improve your students’ inferencing and reasoning skills. All the people and animals in these fun cards have a “thought bubble” above their heads. Students use the cues in the photos to deduce what the person or animal in the photo is thinking. You may also use the cards to encourage conversational speech or as writing prompts. Cards are 3″ x 4″. Game ideas/content cards. Picture card set also includes a content card in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese.

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    Move Your Body


    Roll like a log, stand like a flamingo, and do a long jump. This Fun Deck provides you with 59 ways to improve children’s strength, balance, coordination, and motor planning. Fun and colorful characters lead children through a variety of movement activities and skills. Game ideas included. Includes 60 (3″ x 5″) activity cards in a sturdy storage tin.

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    Scooter Board Activities


    This new Scooter Board Activities Fun Deck contains 54 fun and creative scooter board activities which address a wide range of therapy goals. Activities include upper body and core strength, motor planning, visual perceptual skills, fine motor skills, and sensory input. The deck contains 54 fully illustrated activity cards divided into three color-coded categories: Supine (Back) Activities, Prone (Tummy) Activities, and Sitting and Kneeling Activities. Each card front presents an illustration of the scooter board activity. The card back gives the therapeutic benefits, set up materials, directions, and other tips for using the scooter board. All in a sturdy storage tin. Cards are 5″ x 3″.

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    Word FLIPS


    Word FLiPS with REAL words (and pictures) is a must for children with limited speech, unintelligible speech, and/or childhood apraxia of speech! Teach functional vocabulary words, such as greetings and requests (for example, “hi,” “go,” and “bye”) while practicing up to three repetitions of sound sequences.
    Word FLiPS includes three sections of identical picture words with four tabs in each section that divide the words according to articulatory placement: Bilabial, Alveolar, Velar, and Palatal. Begin teaching severely unintelligible children by having them repeat identical earlier developing sounds, such as “boo-boo-boo.” Older or more verbal children can practice a variety of sequences, such as “tie-tea-shoe” as a warm-up to practicing sentences.
    The words in Word FLiPS can also be combined to form other words (for example, “tie-knee” can be combined to form the word “tiny”). Word FLiPS includes a list of words and phrases that can be produced using the “flips,” and suggestions for activities to make practice fun and motivating! Word FLiPS is 12″ x 6 ½”.

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    4 Steps Sequencing Pocket Chart Cards


    Simple 4 Steps sequencing.

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    Changing Nouns To Adjectives


    Want to know how to change nouns into adjectives? Find out how in this Changing Nouns to Adjectives Fun Deck. This deck contains 52 delightfully illustrated cards. Card A has a sentence containing a noun and a second fill-in-the-blank sentence for changing the noun to an adjective. (The dog rolls in the dirt. It is a _____ dog.) Card B has the second sentence with the adjective inserted in the blank. (It is a dirty dog.) Includes content cards and game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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    How? Cards

    “How do you…make someone laugh?” “How do you…catch a fish?” “How do you…wash your hair?” Motivate your students to develop their reasoning, problem-solving, and sequencing skills with the How? Fun Deck. The deck includes 52 colorful, fun-filled game cards, four bonus cards for game variations, plus content and game idea cards. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin. How do you help your students in a fun way? Try this deck!


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    Changing Verbs to Nouns Cards


    Help…helper, dance…dancer, teach…teacher, sing…singer. Change verbs into nouns with this creative Fun Deck! Each of the 26 colorful card pairs (52 total) has one card that illustrates a verb and provides a sentence cue (“A person who teaches is a…”) and a matching noun card (“…teacher”). An excellent grammar and language expansion therapy resource! Also includes six bonus cards for game variations and two content/game idea cards. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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    Do and Does Cards


    This colorful educational App for the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch® has all 52 illustrated picture cards (plus audio of each card’s text) from the Do and Does Fun Deck by Super Duper Publications. Select the cards you want students to see, and have your students fill in the blank to practice the verb forms “do” and “does.” The prompts include statements like, “David and Amy ___ the cooking” and “David ___ the cooking.

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    Saw & Seen Cards


    Saw & Seen Fun Deck gives students practice using these verbs correctly with 56 illustrated cards in 28 pairs. Each of the 28 match-up pairs has a sentence using the verb “saw” on one card and a sentence using the verb “seen” on the other card. The “seen” sentences use helping verbs, such as “have,” “had,” “is,” or “was.” Students learn word meaning and grammar while playing games. Includes game ideas and content cards for lesson extension. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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    Homographs Cards


    Homographs are words that are spelled the same but are pronounced differently and have different meanings. (“Grandpa caught a bass in the lake” and “Grandma plays bass guitar in a rock band.”) With this illustrated deck of matching word pairs, children will learn the meaning and correct usage of 28 sets of homographs. Each card uses the target word in a sentence and has an accompanying fun illustration. Includes 56 illustrated cards (2 ½” x 3 ½”), game and content cards, and a sturdy tin.

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    Language and Literacy Teacher’s Guide


    Unique lessons are memorable and provide real-life context, so children can easily master new concepts. Skills are taught explicitly and sequenced from the easiest to the most challenging to provide opportunities for differentiated instruction. 210 pages.

    • Integrated assessments help check student learning after each lesson
    • Step-by-step instructions reduce teacher prep time
    • Learning benchmarks addressed by each activity help track what students are learning
    • Support for struggling students and strategies for English language learners
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    Learn To Talk About: Household Items

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    40 photo cards designed for use with Verbal Behaviour, ABA and Traditional Special Education

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    Question Series: Entertainment


    The Entertainment Wh-Questions Set will have language delayed children answering “What”, “When”, “Where”, “Why” and “Who” in no time. This set consists of eight common events that children do for fun.  Each event is broken down into a five card sequence with questions prompting children through each Wh question.  Great pictures that focus on fun activities instantly engage students.  This best selling therapist designed set makes teaching WH questions so easy.

    Entertainment Wh-Questions set Includes
    Teachers and therapists will appreciate the 40 durable, high quality, laminated photo cards.  The front of each card has a clear photo of each sequence.  The back of each card clearly guides children through answering questions with specifically designed questions for the sequence.  Each cards size is 5″x3.5″.  Examples of fun activities include the beach, circus, movies, and more! The Entertainment Wh-Question set is great for your ABA, VB, special education or early intervention classroom.

    Entertainment Question Sequence
    (1 of 5) Why do you go to the aquarium?  To see fish (pictured above)
    (2 of 5) Where do the fish swim? In the water
    (3 of 5) What else lives in an aquarium? Plants and coral
    (4 of 5) When do you clap hands? When the dolphins do tricks
    (5 of 5) Which one is the stingray?

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    Question Series: What and How


    This flashcard set helps children answer “How” and “What” questions in a fun, engaging way! Each how question requires only three simple steps to answer. What questions only require a one sentence answer. All of these flashcards also teach students to identify and label actions.

    This therapist designed flashcard set instantly engages children by focusing on everyday experiences they will quickly recognize. Some of the situations included in this set are: reading a book, blowing bubbles, playing t-ball, cooking, hugging a friend, feeding the ducks and much more.

    Parents, therapists and teachers will appreciate the high quality laminated photo cards. Use this set to progress through higher levels of communication. Begin using the cards to label actions. Next use the cards to teach students to answer “What” questions. Finally move on to teaching students to understand and answer a “How” question.

    This set works well with autism, pdd nos, speech and language delays or Aspergers. Use them in an ABA, VB , clinical or early intervention setting. A handy resource guide is also included with this set.

    40 Cards

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    Learn To Talk About: Nature & Outdoor Play

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    40 photo cards designed for use with Verbal Behaviour, ABA and Traditional Special Education