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Games and activities that deal with emotions

PBS Kids - Arthur has Pal (his dog) choose the appropriate face for each part of a story he tells. There are 5 stories about his friends.

Do2Learn - An interactive face where you can decide what emotion the face is going to show. There are also some emotion buttons on the top that can be clicked to see the face show that emotion.

Language and Communication

"Workbook Window" - Workbook Window is a discrete trial teaching tool that Turns Any Workbook into a Write-on Wipe-off Practice Book. Download FREE worksheets in Language Arts as well as Math, and Games, too.

Use Visual Strategies - Information and resources for using visual strategies to improve communication.

Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) - A company that gives information and workshops on the Picture Exchange Communication System and its use with limited or non-verbal children.

Miscellaneous materials for parents and teachers

Tin Snips - Lots of useful printable worksheets, folder games, songs, activities and communication aids.

Preschool Printables - Printable file folder crafts and games for young children.

Electronic Auditory Stimulation Effect - The Electronic Auditory Stimulation effect (EASe) audio CD series is the original disc based auditory intervention program.

Tasks Galore Publishing - Tasks Galore books incorporate structure, routines, and social communication to create multi-modal tasks which make learning fun and meaningful.  Books are available for all age and skill levels.

Social story information

The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding - Carol Gray is the creator of social stories and provides in depth information on her technique to create social stories. There are a few free social stories as well.

Social thinking and skills

Floor Time - This site has been created by a parent that thoroughly explains Dr. Greenspan's Floor Time.

Michelle G. Winner's Center For Social Thinking - Michelle Garcia Winner developed the ILAUGH model which greatly helps with understand social thinking.

Playtime With Zeebu - Let Zeebu help you socially engage your child or student!  Playtime with Zeebu - Sharing, is the beginning of a new brand of products specifically designed for children who have social delays.  For children aged 3-10 who are emerging perspective takers, Playtime with Zeebu uses slow pace, deliberate language, and simplified versions of Michelle Garcia Winner's social thinking to build initial foundations for social thinking development.

RDI - Main site for information about RDI (relationship development intervention).


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