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Counting Cats Photographic Learning Cards 0-20

Counting Cats Photographic Learning CardsCounting Cats Photographic Learning Cards includes 21 cards ranging from 0 to 20 in English, Spanish and French. It is great for teaching early counting skills, one-to-one correspondence, improving math skills and number word recognition. There are 21 Counting Cats Photographic Learning Cards that feature cute stuffed animal cats holding small chalkboards with numeral numbers on them. Below these pictures are the words of each number in English. Each card is 8.5 inches x 5.5 inches.

Counting Cats Photographic Learning Cards Include:

  • 21 numeral cards
  • 21 number word cards in Spanish and French
  • 21 cards with sets of colorful toys (0-20)
  • Resource guide in English only

These Counting Cats Photographic Learning Cards may be used for matching numerals to sets of toys and matching number words. This product is an important language development tool for early childhood. It is also a wonderful resource for English Language Learners (ELL) of all ages. Great for grades pre-kindergarten through first grade.

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. The application tends to work better when the form is filled out on a computer rather than a tablet or phone. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends 2-1-2015.


Puzzle Play Dot-To-Dots

Puzzle Play Dot-to-DotsPuzzle Play Dot-To-Dots will help your child learn letter and number sequencing and develop eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills. Puzzle Play Dot-to-Dots Workbook is made up of a colorful workbook offering 64 numbered dot-to-dot puzzles for the user to solve. Each improves fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination and makes for a super rainy-day activity. As the user connects the dots, he or she will be developing important sequencing skills and discovering pictures of animals and summertime fun.

Puzzle Play Dot-To-Dots Features:

  • Parent Guide inside front cover
  • Creative practice in counting 1-50
  • Tear-out pages make for easy sharing

Puzzle Play Dot-To-Dots Combo Skills:

  • Letters
  • Alphabet
  • Numbers
  • Counting
  • Sequencing
  • Focus
  • Concentration
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • Fine motor skills

CD-Rom is not included.

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. The application tends to work better when the form is filled out on a computer rather than a tablet or phone. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends 1-25-2015.


SafeStraw Giveaway Ends January 18

SafeStrawOur SafeStraw has two different models (regular and thickened liquids) which eSpecial Needs will be giving away both. The SafeStraw uses a chamber that has a one-way valve and a “float” which regulates how much fluid can be sucked through the straw at one time. It delivers approximately one teaspoon, per suck and comes in a  regular style and a thickened liquid style.

SafeStraw Features:

  • Helps individuals with dysphagia and/or deficient oropharyngeal or oral motor skills drink safely.
  • Cuts down on manually controlling liquid intake by squeezing a straw or spoon feeding.
  • Assists with prevention of aspiration when drinking fluids.
  • Assists with oral motor control when swallowing liquids.
  • Discreet drinking tool.
  • Fits in a variety of drinking containers, including caps and bottles.
  • Great training tool.
  • Straws Not Included

How Does the SafeStraw Work:

The SafeStraw provides a limited bolus size by use of a fluid chamber, a one way valve and a float. As the patient sucks on the straw, fluid flows through the valve and into the chamber. When the fluid travels through the chamber to the SafeStraw, the float rises. After around 1 teaspoon, the float reaches the top of the chamber and closes it off to prevent the patient from receiving more fluid than they need. Once they stop sucking, the float sinks to the bottom of the chamber. This break gives them time to control the liquid bolus and swallow safely. Once the float has reached the bottom of the chamber, they can safely draw another batch of fluid.

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. The application tends to work better when the form is filled out on a computer rather than a tablet or phone. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends 1-18-2015.