The ABC Carpet is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. The set includes the carpet with a square representing each letter of the alphabet (upper and lower case) and a corresponding picture and a set of matching square pieces. Designed to encourage coordination development and matching and letter-recognition skills, the carpet and pieces are crafted of 100 percent polyester double stitched over dense foam backing. The carpet folds for storage and a zippered
Adapted Hungry Hippo, model 737, is a board game designed for use by children with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This adapted game has two paddles attached to the Hippos for easy activation. Simply hit the paddles and watch as the Hippos race to gobble up as many marbles as possible. This board game helps increase eye-hand coordination and hand strengthening. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 6.5 x 25 x 16.5 inches. WEIGHT: 3.25 pounds.
All About You, model LSG4, is a personal skills and independent living skills tutorial program in a board game format designed to help people with cognitive disabilities develop independent living and social skills necessary to function in an integrated environment. The program encourages players to engage in age-appropriate conversation to increase self-esteem. Topics include learning to be more independent, learning to be more thoughtful, respecting the rights and feelings of others, making an
A board game that is meant to be played by children (3rd grade and higher)who have Autism or cognitive impairment, so that they may practice math skills while learning responsible money management skills, as players practice earning, spending, and saving money. This is an open-ended game with several options or ways to play depending on the amount of time available to play. Some options for play include: the player who earns $20 first wins, or the first one around the board wins.
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.
The APH Web Chase is an originally designed board game that is intended to develop important tactile skills within a fun, recreational context. As players navigate their spiders through an insect-laden web, they learn to trace various raised lines, identify point symbols and discriminate textures and shapes of various prey. The game's combined visual and tactile presentation makes it accessible to all players regardless of visual ability. CAPACITY: Ages 5 and up. COLOR: Multiple. WARRANTY/GUARAN
Behavior Skills, model LSG-8, is a behavior training program in a board game format designed to help people with cognitive or emotional disabilities learn what behaviors are aceptable and what behaviors are not. The program stresses taking responsibility for one's own actions, encourages self-control, and teaches players how to deal effectively with the acting-out behaviors of others. Topics include: acceptable ways of showing anger; alternatives to stealing and lying; dealing with repetitive qu
Blunders™ is a board game designed for children ages 5 and up who would benefit from learning polite behavior in an informal setting by identifying rude behavior from polite behavior, while learning appropriate responses to situations and scenarios. In this game the Blunder children, like real children, know that good manners will also help them make more friends, do better in school and develop self-confidence. Players of this manner-building board game join the Blunder family on their quest to
Braille and Low Vision Monopoly is a tactile board game designed with large print and braille for player who are blind or have low vision. Cards are extra large in sized with braille and large print. The game board has an overlay molded on to it so players can identify all the spaces and the location of the properties. The perimeter of each game space is labeled in braille and in print. Includes braille dice, braille cards, braille boards and complete braille instructions.
Budget Town and Budget City, models BT-01Q and BC-01Q, are money management training systems designed to teach sequenced money skills to people ages 8 years old and up who have mental retardation or learning disabilities. Budget Town is the introductory game using color-coding, picture cues, and cash-only transactions to teach basic budget concepts. This game includes a game board, 48 pay/collect cards, 16 mail cards, money set, 1 die, 6 pawns, and instructions. Budget City is a more advanced tw
This Checkers set is a tactile boardgame designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. The checkers are square or red wood pieces for easy tactile identification. The board is plastic. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 12 x 12 inches. COLOR: The squarepieces are black and the round pieces are red. The squares on the board are black and white.
The Checkers/Chess set is a tactile board game set designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. The checkers are square and round wood pieces for easy tactile identification. The chess pieces are distinguished by their flat or rounded tops. A dowel on the bottom of each chess piece fits into corresponding holes on the board. The set includes one plastic board. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 12 x 12 inches. COLOR: The square checkers are black and the round are red. The squares on the board a
This Chess set is a tactile board game designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. The chess pieces are distinguished by their flat or rounded tops. A dowel on the bottom of each chess piece fits into corresponding holes on the plastic board. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 12 x 12 inches. COLOR: The squares on the board are black and white.
The Chinese Checker Board is a pegboard game designed to help exercise the upper body, improving the reach and dexterity of the user. The game consists of a wooden stand and an angled board. The unit is constructed of oak veneer plywood. The base is mounted on two swiveling castors and two fixed feet for easier movement. The Chinese Checker Board is affixed on the face of the game board, and uses pegs instead of marbles. PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT: The game board was designed by P. Cermak, M. Dolan.
Chunky Tic Tac Toe, model 3602, is a board game designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. This version of the classic game has a board with large, easy-to-hold shapes with giant knobs. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 10.5 x 10.5 x 1.25 inches. WEIGHT: 1.25 POUNDS.
The Classroom Behavior Game is a behavior training game designed to reinforce appropriate behavior for children with cognitive disabilities. Designed to be played with readers and non-readers alike, the game reinforces 12 positive behaviors such as listening, waiting for a turn, raising a hand, following the rules, and being polite.
Anger Solution Game is a behavior training game designed to reinforce appropriate anger management behavior for children with cognitive and emotional disabilities. As players move their pieces around the board, they are exposed to ten strategies to help them discover positive solutions to managing anger.
Click and Create Articulation Board Games Software, model N59-9, is speech remediation game software designed for use by speech therapists to create board games for children with speech disabilities. The program contains thousands of words and pictures that represent all articulation sounds, and can be used to create personalized games that motivate students to practice. The user can add words to the master list and code them by sound, position, and number of syllables for use on game boards. Bo
The Community Skills Program is a safety awareness tutorial program and consumer skills training system designed to reinforce community-based training for people with cognitive disabilities. The Community Skills Program is a board game which teaches the basic skills necessary to function safely in the city and around the neighborhood. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a teacher's guide with answers to questions on the board or draw cards and additional topics fo
The Cooking Class Program is an independent living skills and safety awareness tutorial program in a board game format designed to teach basic food preparation and related skills to people with cognitive disabilities. Cooking Class is a board game which addresses food preparation skills and stresses kitchen safety and sanitation. The game is designed to be played before and after actual kitchen instruction. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a teacher's guide wit
Cool Cards: Part to Whole is a board game that teaches part-to-whole communication with picture cards. Can be used at both occupational and speech therapy sessions or at home for literacy skill training. Reading level not required. All words are functional and age appropriate. Supports children with language or developmental delays, learning disabilities, and autism. Packaged in durable metal tin. 1 to 4 players. Age 3 and up. Enhances visual analysis and organization, increases deductive reason
Crash is a driving skills tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning disabilities. Intended for use with students preparing to take a driving test to obtain a driver's license, this game covers all aspects of driving responsibility. At the start of the game players are given $250 to cover license fees, gas, automobile maintenance, accidents, tickets, hospital fees, insurance, etc. One player assumes the role of "Business Manager," acting as law enforcement and the insurance
The Deluxe Scrabble Game: Braille Version is a braille board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This game, adapted from the standard Scrabble game, comes with brailled tiles, a tactile game board, and instructions in braille and on audio tape. DELIVERY TIME: Usually ships within 3 business days.
The Dino Math Tracks Game is a math skills game designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. This game reinforces counting, addition, substraction, and place value skills. Players roll a four-digit number and then move their dinosaur species to the appropriate ones, tens, hundreds, and thousand places. Math problem-solving cards add an additional level of challenge. The game is designed for two to four players and includes the game board, 16 dinosaur pieces, a cards, and a number di
The Eating Skills Program is an independent living skills and personal skills tutorial designed to teach and reinforce basic table manners for people with cognitive disabilities. The program is a board game which addresses mealtime issues at home, in school, in the workplace, and in restaurants. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a teacher's guide with answers to questions on the board or draw cards plus additional topics for discussion, six Individual Progress R
The Finger Extension Remedial Board Game, model 5107, is a checker set with a weighted base board. The board has a checker game on one side and solitaire jumping game on the other. The thirty-two checkers are square and have a soft plastic loop attached. This game encourages players to extend their fingers. Board features include Velcro hook surface while checkers have pile surface providing added resistance. DIMENSIONS: The board is 9 x 9 inches and the checkers are 1 inch each in diameter.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide recreation and therapy for seniors and individuals with coordination and mobility disabilities. The board is designed for a game called Draughts and can be adapted for use playing Noughts and Crosses. A base was cut from three millimeter craft board and another piece the same size was cut for the top. Sixty-four ten millimeter holes were cut in the top piece. The board was finished in a checkerboard pattern, alternating black and varnished natural wood squa
The Game Kit, model 1-08440-00, is a collection of tactile game parts designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The kit includes common board game parts that can be used to adapt commercial games, or to create new games. Parts include three generic game boards that can be marked with shapes, textures, letters, or words; tactile/visual dice with a shaker and dice tray; tactile/visual board game playing pieces; card holders; and a spinner with tactile overlays. The kit also
The Game of Squares, model 1-08430-00, is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Playing board is divided into 16 small squares. Sides and markers are included. Players alternate placing sides on the board to enclose a small square. When a player completes a square, he or she claims it with a marker and places the next side. The player who has claimed the most squares at the end of the game is the winner.
The Giant Monopoly Deluxe Game is a large print board game designed for use by individuals with low vision or fine motor or grasping disabilities. This set includes playing pieces 150 percent of their normal size and an over-sized board. Built with solid wood stained and varnished for a subdued gloss finish the board includes a recessed well lined with smooth felt where the Chance and Community Chest cards reside. The well is ideal for rolling the game's dice, ensuring that the over-sized metal-
The Health Skills Program, model LSG13, is a board game designed to stress the importance of having a healthy lifestyle for persons with learning disabilities. It is used to encourage individuals to take care of their bodies. The categories are Medicine, Your Body, Health Workers and Healthy Choices. The topics include self medication issues, taking care of your teeth, eyes and ears, weight maintenance, eating healthy foods, food spoilage, dressing for the weather and emotional health. OPTIONS:
Hidden Rules with Friends is an interactive card game that teaches the hidden rules in American culture—focusing on unwritten expectations about friendship within our society. This interactive card game is a way to teach important social rules that sometimes are never taught. This is geared for ages 6-12 with 2-8 players at a time.
Hopping Frogs Game is a designed to help children working improving their articulation skills. This game contains 420 game cards focusing on the developing sounds (P, B, T, D, K, G, and F) in a fun and enjoyable way. Each sound has specific question cards for initial, medial, and final positions in single words. Hopping Frogs is designed to allow you to work on a single target sound and position for all players, or address individual target sounds and positions for each player. For language deve
Household Skills is an independent living skills program in a board game format designed to teach housekeeping skills and responsibilities to people with cognitive disabilities. The program is designed to reinforce the idea that all members of a household are responsible for completing daily and weekly cleaning duties. The Draw cards cover the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom, living area, and yard. Topics include using the dishwasher and washing machine, cleaning appliances, changing sheets, carin
Learn the basics: what doesn’t belong? is a flipbook with laminated picture cards, designed for special needs students. Users begin by learning to group similar items together which teaches reasoning, discrimination, and problem solving as well as reasoning skills. Cards attach and detach with Velcro. Additional exercises and activities are scattered between the pages. Ages 2 to 5. Small parts, warning for children under 3 years old.
The Letter Factory Game is a board game designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities ages three and above. It has a "grow-with-me" format that makes the Letter Factory Game two games: a color and letter matching game for younger players, and for older children it turns into a race around the board to find letters by their sounds, teaching letter sound association. Crazy phonics songs, wacky Professor Quigley's voice and silly letter sounds make this a game one where no re
Look Who’s Listening is a game designed for use by students working on improving their auditory processing. Student work on auditory discrimination-minimal pairs, word parts, sounds in words; auditory memory-numbers, words, sentences, facts/details in a paragraph and auditory integration-interpretation of directions, listening for key words, following multi-level commands. Each deck has 24 cards (240 in all). With every turn, students take turns listening carefully, following the card directions
The Looking Good Program is an independent living and personal skills tutorial program in board game format designed to teach grooming and personal hygiene skills to people with cognitive disabilities. The Looking Good Program is a board game which addresses all aspects of grooming and personal hygiene and reinforces home training. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a teacher's guide with answers to questions on the board or draw cards and additional topics for
MagneTalk Feelings is a multi-use magnetic game to help young ones or those with issues perceiving moods talk about their emotions.For one activity, place one of six "feelings scenes" in the center of the board. Have a child choose a "feelings" magnetic tile that goes with the picture, and have him/her talk about the scene. For an added lesson, have the child pick a tile that shows how he/she would feel in this situation. As a third activity, match the feelings tile with the children's faces on
Magnetic Backgammon is a tactile board game designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. It features a white magnetic board with tactile markings, magnetic colored pieces, and tactile dice. Instructions in print and Braille are included. DIMENSIONS (LxW): Board is 14 x 14 inches.
The Magnetic Bingo Chips are metallic-ringed transparent bingo chips designed for use with light colored or white bingo cards by people with upper extremity, fine motor and grasping disabilities and others with limited manual dexterity. The chips' clear red plastic allows the user to see the numbers underneath. Each chips has a metallic ring so it can be lifted and moved with the Magnetic Wand (see separate entry). Chips come in a pack of 200 chips.
Magnetic Dominoes are designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. The set includes a magnetic board, 28 magnetic dominoes with raised dot markings, and instructions in print and Braille. COLOR: The board and the dominoes are white.
Megaword is a Braille crossword board game designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. It is similar to Scrabble, and features large, bold print letters on a white game board with a Brailled overlay. Recessed squares hold the playing pieces. The bold print letter pieces have Braille overlays. Braille and large print instructions are included. DIMENSIONS: The playing pieces are 0.75 inch square.
Money Skills is a money management training system and tutorial program in a board game format designed to teach people with cognitive disabilities how to handle true-to-life money management situations. The program reinforces the idea that all individuals should learn to manage their personal finances to the best of their ability. Draw card categories coins and bills, your money, shopping, and money safety. Topics include identifying coins and bills, counting common coin combinations, budgeting
Moneywise Kids is a board game designed to teach money management skills to children ages seven and up with cognitive or learning disabilities. This two-player game uses realistic-looking bills in denominations up to $100 and realistic-looking coins to teach making change and budgeting. It also teaches and reinforces addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills.
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.
Othello, model T8130, is a tactile board game for players who are blind or have low vision. This strategy game includes a playing board and 64 reversible discs, white on one side and black on the reverse. The board has raised ridges so discs won't slide during play. For tactual identification, the black side of each disc is marked with raised lines, while the white side is smooth. Two disc holders and printed instructions are included. DIMENSIONS: 14.4 x 10.5 x 1.8 inches. COLOR: Blue board with
The Othello Tactile Wooden Board Game is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This strategy game includes a wooden storage box, a wood playing board and 64 pegs. The objective of the game is to outflank the opponent, ending up with the majority of pegs on the board in a player's color and winning the game. A player makes a move by placing a peg on the board in a way that he or she has a peg on either end of the opponent's row. All the outflanked
PHonics PHacts & PHun is a language tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning disabilities. The set includes PHonics PHacts ($55.95), a set of approximately 700 cards that presents phonics drills and activities in a flash card format. PHonics PHun is a board game designed to be used with the card set. The game is played by the teacher and from two to ten students. PHonics PHacts covers 10 phonics skills: Beginning and ending consonants, long and short vowels, initial a
The Picture Symbol Lotto Game is a perceptual training activity designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. Each game includes four sturdy lotto boards and thirty-six matching cards. The game strengthens symbol recognition, matching, and color-coding skills. It can be played by 1 to 4 players.
The Positive Pragmatic Game Boards allow students to practice their social communication skills. With each set, choose from 10 game boards targeting specific pragmatic skills:
Print 'N Play is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This program includes more than 50 bingo and mystery game boards for language skills. The CD-ROM also features motivational games for themes, holidays, and special occasions. The games can be printed directly from the CD-ROM or they can be dragged to the user's hard drive to enable the games to be customized. COMPATIBILITY: This CD-ROM contains versions for use on Macintosh
Recreation Skills is an independent living skills tutorial in a board game format designed to encourage individuals with cognitive disabilities to relax and have fun during their leisure time and to pursue new recreational activities. Draw card categories include trips, indoor fun, outdoor fun, and hobbies. Topics include packing a bag for a trip, carrying an ID, going to the movies, going out to eat, arts and crafts, outdoor cooking, video games, first aid, and others. The program includes the
Residents' Rights Bingo is an educational board game designed for use by older adults and individuals with disabilities. The game is played like regular bingo, but it is based on federal residents' rights requirements. The game contains a master board, 24 bingo cards (extra heavy duty), 75 call cards with discussion questions on the back, 300 easy-grip rubber markers, and an instruction booklet.
S.O.S. In Search of Services is an independent living skills tutorial designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. Intended for two to eight players, this game provides true-to-life experiences in earning an income, locating and paying for services, taking out and repaying loans, and budgeting money. As players move their pieces around the board, they encounter the need for services which they must use the Yellow Pages to locate and to determine how the businesses and organizat
ShapeOmetry is a board game designed for children as fun way to develop geometric, spatial, abstract, and quantitative reasoning skills. To solve the puzzle challenges, stack green pieces on top of blue pieces, or vice versa, to create identical shapes. Through hands-on play, students build key skills, such as strategies and mathematical understandings (part-to-whole relationships). Perfect for children needing to develop visual processing skills. For use during Occupational Therapy sessions, at
Snakes and Ladders, model G146, is a tactile board game for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This game of chance is appropriate for the whole family. It includes brightly colored tactile board and pieces.
Social Skill Builder I and II are board games designed for use by children and adults with autism or cognitive disabilities. These two board games teach social, interpersonal, safety, and problem-solving skills. Game I is designed primarily for children ages 6 to 13. It utilizes GO DO cards to help children practice initiating social interactions, greetings, and conversation skills. The WHAT IF cards help children learn problem-solving techniques for common situations, and the MIRROR cards help
Social Skills, model LSG12, is a behavior training system in a board game format designed to assist people with cognitive and emotional disabilities in acquiring the socialization skills necessary to get along with others in all aspects of daily life. The program encourages individuals to develop positive interpersonal skills that will allow them to be successful in an inclusive community environment. The game covers such categories as home, school and work, and community and recreation. Top
Personal and social skills tutorial board game designed for use with any table game that involves successive turns and progressive movement around a game board. Program provides training in 3 areas: general social skills, social vocational skills, and social sexual skills. A deck of 48 cards for each area requires players to respond to situations involving 6 social skill types: giving and receiving compliments; social interaction; politeness; giving and receiving criticism; social confrontation;
Survival Skills is a safety awareness and language tutorial program in a board game format designed to help individuals with cognitive disabilities learn to read or recognize important vocabulary words and images necessary to safely function in daily life. Categories include home, school, work, community, and shopping and include such topics as poison symbols, "Out of Order" signs, oven dials, first aid kits, television remote controls, "Danger signs," and others. The "Draw Cards" use full-color
Tactile Connect Four is a tactile strategy game for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This strategy game for two players has red and black pieces on a bright yellow vertical board. The black pieces have holes in their centers for tactual identification.
The Berenstain Bears Learn to Share Game is a board game with four pawns and die, based on a classic story, and designed to teach children (ages 4 and up) how to share, what good manners are, and the consequences of bad behaviors. Players drop the die down the treehouse and move their pawn (either Brother Bear, Sister Bear, Lizzy, or Cousin Freddie, across the board until a player reaches Mama and Papa Bear. Set includes 16 get in trouble cards, 16 do something nice cards, game board, tree house
The Ungame is a board game for seniors designed to encourage listening, communicating, respect, understanding and self reflection. Improves listening skills as attention is focused on each player.Enables users to spend quality time with each other. Helps users connect as they discover things in common. Promotes fairness so that even the shy have a chance to speak. Gives permission to express feelings, ideas and beliefs. Creates a safe place for honesty (players refrain from criticizing or commen
Thinking Plus is a board game for people with fine motor, learning and cognitive disabilities designed to improve pattern and color recognition skills. The user moves and arranges colorful buttons according to patterns of different levels of difficulty. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 45 x 30 centimeters.
Time Skills is a time management training system and time skills tutorial program designed to stress the concept that individuals nust take responsibility for their personal daily and weekly schedules. The game's Draw card categories include clocks, home, school or work, and community. Topics covered include setting a watch, setting an alarm clock, punctuality, time sheets, taking medication, making reservations, and others. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a t
The Timing It Right Board Game is a time skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. This game has children play their way through a busy day while building time-telling skills. The self-checking game helps build skills in telling digital and analog time. The game includes the game board, game pieces, a clock face, and a table flip book.
The Travel Chess Set for the Blind or Those with Low Vision, model 292010, is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The chess set includes a folding board with 64 alternating black and white squares, and 32 black and white chess pieces, 16 of each color, including rooks, knights (horses), bishops, king, queen, and pawns. White pieces have bumps on top so the two colors can be distinguished tactually. When the board is opened fully the black spaces
Set of 12 thermoformed plastic boards with raised arabic letter for visually handicapped bingo players. Outline of raised numbers can be felt with the fingers and readily determined by players. Numbers are also large enough so that lesser handicapped might read the digits.
Web Chase, model 1-08460-00, is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This game develops important tactile skills in a fun, recreational context. In the game, children play as spiders trying to capture insects in a web. When the last insect on the game board has been captured, the spider having the greatest number of prey or value of prey in its lunch tray is the "Master of the Web." As players navigate their hungry spiders through an insect-laden
What Do You Say... What Do You Do... At Home? is an imaginative, interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important home social skills that students need. This game is designed for developing learners, or those who have cognitive/emotional/behavioral disabilities. Students move around the house answering social skills questions. For each correct answer, the student collects a token. The student with the most tokens at the end of the game wins.
What Do You Say…What Do You Do…At School? is an interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important social skills that students need for interacting with their peers, teachers, and parents. The social situation cards in the game target reasoning, inferencing, pragmatic, narrative, and conversational skills. This game is designed for developing learners, as well as those who may have some cognitive or social/emotional disabilities such as those on the Autism Spectrum.
What Do You Say...What Do You Do... In the Community? is an interactive, open-ended game that builds social and decision-making skills appropriate for a variety of situations. This game can be helpful to those on the Autism spectrum, or those who may have a hard time understanding social and behavioral cues.
Whatever Next! is a dame designed for use with children with mobility and neurological disabilities. This board game incorporate dice throwing, turn-taking, moving pieces, and drawing cards with such activities as imitating, motor planning, jumping, hopping, balancing, and crawling for proprioceptive and vestibular input.
Where Does My Money Go? is a money management training system in a board game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. Both levels use realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills. Level I ($64.95) requires players to conduct money transactions at the grocery store, restaurant, mall, and shopping mart. It also focuses on ways to earn money, pay bills, and deal with unexpected expenses. The currency at this level is limited quarters, $1,
You Tell Me, model LSG2, is an independent living skills tutorial and memory improvement activity board game designed to teach and reinforce basic personal information skills for people with cognitive disabilities. The game covers such topics as current age, birth date, color recognition, days of the week, months, current year, addressing people by name and a variety of other community survival concepts. The game includes a laminated game board, playing pieces, draw cards, teacher's guide, and 6