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Middle Vowel Blend Matching Game
A fun game you can play with your children to begin to learn to spell.
Using a busy bee game board you can begin to teach your child in a fun way what vowels need to be added to simple words such as cat, got, put etc.You can also play a harder game where you have to add double vowels to make up words such as bait, sheep etc.This can be used with Jolly Phonics Pack 4 & 7.
NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.
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See & Learn - Language & Reading - First Sentences
Fourth step - a series of activities specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome learn to talk and to read. (Lending Period - 10 weeks)
Rainbow Reading Programme Yellow - Pack 4
An audiotape-facilitated reading programme. Yellow Level is aimed at a 8 - 9 year old reading age.
Song Book With Signs
This booklet has been put together with more first songs and signs to help begin the development of communication for your child with Down syndrome.
Enjoy the magic of Christmas through Sarah's eyes in her drawings and words. Sarah who has Down syndrome has written and illustrated this beautiful book using her two passions, drawing and Christmas.
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