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The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game Giveaway

Talking, Feeling and Doing GameThe Talking, Feeling and Doing Game is a great resource for children in a psychotherapeutic setting. This game was the first published therapeutic game created by Richard A. Gardener, M.D., in 1973. It was invented to engage the most resistant child in meaningful communication. The current version that was updated in 2015, has made this game an even more effective therapeutic tool. The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game remains to be one of the most popular counseling tools used with children in therapeutic settings. A child’s responses while playing this game will reveal the psychological issues that are most important to him or her. Three types of cards offer prompts that will engage the child and, through their responses, reveal directions for therapeutic intervention. The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game can be played with 2-6 players. It is age appropriate for users ranging from ages 4-15 years of age.

The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game Contents:

  • Game Board
  • 108 Talking Cards
  • 108 Feeling Cards
  • 108 Doing Cards
  • Spinner
  • 6 Pawns
  • Chips
  • 2 Dice
  • Instructions

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 June 26, 2016.


Mobo Triton Giveaway

Mobo TritonThe Mobo Triton is a cool three wheeled cruiser for “big kids”.  Looking for a bike to fit your growing adolescent? The Mobo Triton includes an adjustable frame to fit heights up to 5’5″, caliper handbrakes, a front free-wheel mechanism, and ergonomic seating are just a few of the many features. But don’t just take my word – sign up today to win your very own Mobo Triton!

Mobo Triton Features:

  • Ergonomically designed cruiser
  • Innovative steering system with no balance needed
  • Sturdy, adjustable steel frame that fits riders up to 5’5″
  • Safety flag included for optimal visibility
  • Low to the ground frame for optimal stability
  • Enhances hand/eye coordination and increases arm and leg muscle strength
  • Free wheel without chain
  • Durable, high quality luxury with rugged yet sleek lines
  • Comfortable cushioned seat
  • Caliper handbrake
  • Recumbent-style design reduces shoulder and arm stress
  • Stylish look with appealing graphics

Mobo Triton Specifications:

Gearing Single Speed
Dimension (LxWxH) 41″ – 51″ extended x 26.5″ x 25″
Seat Height 11″ above the ground
Trike Weight 39 lbs.
Weight Capacity 220 lbs.
Wheel Size 16″ front, 12″ rear
Length Adjustment 8-slot adjustments for 13″ length
Recommended User Height 41″ – 65″
Steering Mechanism Rear Steering Handlebars
Hub Free-Wheel Mechanism
Brake System Hand Caliper
Chain Material Chainless
Tire Type Inflatable Rubber Tires
Seat Feature Cushioned
Bonus Material Safety Flag Included
Recommended Riding Surfaces Flat and Smooth

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. The winner will choose which size works for them. Sweepstakes ends July 1, 2016.


Teach Me Nouns Giveaway

Teach Me NounsTeach Me Nouns provides students with articulation, sound production and speech production goals. The program has over 180 nouns organized by target sound. Using the morphing activity, these programs help students make the connection between a photograph, line drawing, symbol and text for each word. Music, movement, morphing and narration engage and motivate the students.

Student Goals for Teach Me Nouns:

  • Helps vocabulary comprehension
  • Improves articulation skills
  • Increases language expression

Teach Me Nouns Features and Benefits:

  • 180 or more words with target sounds in a specific position
  • Full color photographs morph to Mayer-Johnson’s PCS symbols showing students a connection between the concrete and abstract representations
  • Words on screen supports emerging literacy skills
  • Changeable format for teaching choice making and access
  • Collect data on choices and patterns of selection

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 June 12, 2016.