Motor-Free Visual Perception Test - 3 By Ronald P. Colarusso/Donald D. Hammill
The MVPT-3 is designed for screening and research purposes for those professionals who need a quick, reliable and valid measure of overall visual ability in children and adults (ages 4-94) The MVPT-3 requires no physical or motoric response from the individual being tested and so is especially useful with those who may have a physical disability or motor incoordination. The MVPT-3 assesses the following sub-areas of visual perception; Visual Discrimination, Spatial Relationships, Visual Memory, Figure-Ground, Visual Closure. The revised test features new normative data on a wider sampling and provides reliability and validity studies. The MVPT-3 takes about 25 minutes to administer and scoring is very easy.
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Learning To Get Along Book Series - "Are not" This wonderful series of books is offered in hard cover for the younger child and soft covered for the slightly older child.
HARD COVER: This wonderful series of four 24 page board books help toddlers and pre-school aged children learn to behave responsibly and respectfully toward themselves and others. Simple child friendly language and inviting, upbeat full color illustrations teach and reinforce important concepts and alternative behaviors. Virtually indestructible, the books are perfect for home, daycare and preschool settings. May also be helpful for older children as a jump off place for building their own”Social Stories”. Each book provides helpful tips for parents and caregivers.
SOFT COVER: Longer, expanded version of the titles from the Learning to Get Along series. For older children, these 40 page books cover each topic in detail using more sophisticated language and meaningful examples. Both books also include a section for adults with discussion starter ideas and supplemental activities. A must for kindergarten and early elementary classrooms, after school programs and the home.
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Visual Time Timer The concept of how much time is left, is difficult to grasp, especially for our special education students. These unique timers provide a clear visual display of the time remaining. Set to any time between 1-60 minutes, time is up when the red shield is no longer visible. Timers run silently but now have the option of a single auditory cue to indicate the end of that session. You can set the auditory responce mode or not, depending on need. Sorry, no auditory feature available on the wall model. Easy to read dials; battery operated (1 AA-not included). The small personal timers are great for keeping individual students motivated, so you may need more than one.