Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Free Online Activities for Intensive/Multiple Special Needs

Sharing of Activities for Specialized Software
See also Power Point Collections, Online Timers, Symbol Based Websites

13 comments:

  1. What is the best site or program for learning to use a mouse?

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  2. Monoface is quite a fun basic way to get to grips with the mouse:

    http://switchgaming.blogspot.com/search/label/mouse%20web%20toy

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  3. Here is a new site to check out if you have a SMARTBoard:
    http://sketch.odopod.com/

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  4. Nice post.
    I like the way you start and then conclude your thoughts. Thanks for this nice information regarding touch screen jukeboxes. I really appreciate your work, keep it up.

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  5. This is a very kind approach. To tell you the truth I want to start a mission like that. Help and teach children on their fundamental needs such as learning. Education is the best help that you could give out for them.

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  6. As the world of games expands so does the opportunity for learning and fun and that is what makes this aspect of virtual reality so particularly interesting.

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  7. Excellent work, thanks for sharing such nice and great post.

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  8. They're all so pretty! Great activities for kids. These days, most would just keep them occupied...and quiet playing games on their ipads

    kids Kindergarten

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  9. Glad I found this post. It’s really awesome. I've been thinking about this topic.
    You have provided the most simplest but informative and helpful ways about games for kids online.Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

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