Children's Sign Language Playing Cards & Sign Language Playing Cards
The Children's Sign Language Playing Cards are a game designed to reinforce sign language skills. The deck consists of 53 colorful cards with pictures, words, and signs for use in playing Go Fish, Old Maid, and Concentration.
The Chinese Checker Board is a pegboard game designed to help exercise the upper body, improving the reach and dexterity of the user. The game consists of a wooden stand and an angled board. The unit is constructed of oak veneer plywood.
Discontinued. Verified 6/2012. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Chinese Checkers is a tactile board game designed for persons who are blind or have low vision. The game is made of cherry board with drilled with holes to retain pieces.
This Chunky World is a puzzle designed for children ages 2 and up with brain injury and learning disabilities to teach them about activities that are environmentally friendly such as planting trees, riding a bicycle, and using clean energy.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Large print playing cards. Spades and hearts have solid numbers and letters, diamonds and clubs have white center numbers and letters.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide entertainment and stimulation for an aeronautical engineer with poor concentration and hemiplegia as a result of a stroke. This wooden puzzle is a clock face cut into a jigsaw puzzle.
The Colors & Shapes Game is an educational game designed for use with children with cognitive or perceptual disabilities. Children learn colors and shapes as they spin to collect tiles used to complete their individual gameboards.
Color Dominoes are designed to be used for sorting and grouping activities with individuals with cognitive disabilities. These hardwood dominoes can be grouped and sorted by number or by color. They range from double blanks to double sixes.
The ColorCube is a three-dimensional puzzle designed for use by older children (age 10 and up) and adults with cognitive, learning, and perceptual disabilities. This puzzle has 128 plastic pieces that snap together to form 64 cubes.