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Where is?

41,50 VAT included
Material for collective use for the development of spatial orientation, with two game modes: bingo for opposite positions (blue frame), and bingo for spatial orientation (red frame).
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Where are we in the house?

19,95 VAT included
Association game to learn to classify the actions that are carried out in the different rooms of a house. It contains resistant cards (pictograms) and a maxi die to make learning more educational and fun.
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Where the animals live?

19,95 VAT included
Association game to discover where animals live: on the farm, in the jungle, in the desert, at the poles or under water.
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Caesar and the "tale of day"

29,99 VAT included
Caesar's day agenda is perfect for the afternoon ritual, as it helps the child to process the impressions of the previous day and prepare those of the day ahead. It allows structuring the day with mom or dad by means of certain personalized cards that will help the children to have an idea of the events of the day. You'll recognize patterns, discover comforting rituals, and jump into new adventures. For children with special needs, it works as a visual activity organizer.
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Educate against bullying

15,95 VAT included
Set of 5 sequences that allow educating and raising awareness of the youngest children to prevent bullying situations before they exist, as well as equip them with strategies to deal with them. With this game, children can have: - Cooperative learning. - Education in values. - Empathy and social skills. - Respect, equality, solidarity and inclusion.
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Choose your tasks - letters

9,90 VAT included
Housework is part of our daily life and for children it can be a lot of fun. With this kit of pictograms, called "Choose your tasks", we can create a fun family moment and see what the needs of our home are in order to organize ourselves among the whole tribe. This kit introduces children to the importance of collaborate at home.In addition, for learning in children with special needs (intellectual disability, Down syndrome, autism, etc.) the use of pictograms is a communication and organization tool, either in visual agendas or in clarification of the different scenarios that are in the house.
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Expression kit

25,50 VAT included
Emotional learning is necessary for the development of children, especially if that child has Down syndrome or ASD. It is important to help them perceive the transition from one emotional state to another and the different consequences it has on themselves and on others. With this expression kit, have fun creating different faces by combining the different mouth, eye and hair pieces. This is an association game to learn to identify different facial features and expressions. It is ideal for children who have difficulty understanding and structuring language and allows them to become aware of the messages that our body sends to others.
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Maxi stamps of emotions

18,50 VAT included
Emotional learning is necessary for the development of children, especially if that child has Down syndrome or ASD. It is important to help them perceive the transition from one emotional state to another and the different consequences it has on themselves and on others. This set with 10 maxi-stamps to play and represent the 10 basic emotions that guide our behavior: joy, security, admiration, curiosity, surprise, anger, disgust, sadness, fear and guilt. Help the little ones to identify and express their emotions, develop social and emotional skills. Suitable for any ink.
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Visual Organizer

39,00 VAT included
These three modules of four slats each, form a beautiful visual organizer It can be used vertically, horizontally, or joined together indefinitely. It allows to visually structure concepts or pictograms of a certain topic or of a certain activity. The tablets are, on one side of a blackboard, to be able to write with chalk, resulting in a very immediate and customizable resource and, on the other, a space to be able to insert stickers to form a certain theme. It allows you to create routine files, lists of activities, relationship of emotions, etc. It is a pedagogical resource very indicated in children with ASD and is compatible with the ARASAAC image bank  
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Expressions set

23,50 VAT included
Emotional learning is necessary for the development of children, especially if that child has Down syndrome or ASD. It is important to help them perceive the transition from one emotional state to another and the different consequences it has on themselves and on others. This expression set is a matching game to learn to identify different facial features and expressions. It is ideal for children who have difficulty understanding and structuring language and allows them to become aware of the messages that our body sends to others.
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Magnetic cards "create your routines"

16,95 VAT included
On some occasions, our little ones have problems developing a language and some take longer than others to start speaking; for example the little ones with ASD or Down syndrome. However, children with special needs have a better ability to process images. That is why the use of pictograms serve, among many other things, for the development of language and has the additional advantage of the appearance of linguistic links (later, later, when it is finished ...). "Create your Routines" aims to be a facilitating and connecting element for our day to day. The children will enjoy with us a fun time to create their own routines, and those of the family. Through them our little ones will be able to anticipate what is going to happen that day, observing the magnetic cards, even marking the activity they have already done thanks to the arrow that this kit includes.