Games and Puzzles

Wacky Bat And Ball (Model 5086)

Description: 

DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Foam bat and ball. Helps develop eye hand coordination. Bat 19 inches long and 4 inches diameter, ball 4 inch diameter.

Watch Me Count! Number Puzzle (Model Erm-16)

Watch Me Count! Number Puzzle (Model Erm-16)
Description: 

The Watch Me Count! Number Puzzle, model ERM-16, is designed to teach shapes, names, and the order of numbers. It is made of wood with large pieces so that persons with limited manual dexterity can pick them up.

Watermelon Treats

Description: 

Watermelon Treats is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use with children with fine motor or perceptual disabilities.

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Web Chase (Model 1-08460-00)

Web Chase (Model 1-08460-00)
Description: 

Web Chase, model 1-08460-00, is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This game develops important tactile skills in a fun, recreational context.

Weber Articulation Cards

Weber Articulation Cards
Description: 

Weber Articulation Cards are colorful pronunciation cards that come in pairs. Sets or individual packs can be purchased with emphasis on B, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, P, R, S, T, V, Z, CH, SH,

Weighted Seek And Find

Weighted Seek And Find
Description: 

The Weighted Seek and Find is a visual motor therapeutic activity. This item helps provide deep pressure to the lap area to help calm and focus the user, it also allows those of various physical abilities to participate in an interactive game.

Weplay Infinate Loop

Weplay Infinate Loop
Description: 

Weplay Infinate Loop is a game that helps improve focus and fine motor skills. This product can be used by individuals with ADHD, Autism, ADD, and low fine motor skills. The goal is to keep the ball rolling by repeatedly opening and closing the tracks.

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, At Home?

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, At Home?
Description: 

What Do You Say... What Do You Do... At Home? is an imaginative, interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important home social skills that students need.

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, In The Community Board Game

What Do You Say, What Do You Do, In The Community Board Game
Description: 

What Do You Say...What Do You Do... In the Community? is an interactive, open-ended game that builds social and decision-making skills appropriate for a variety of situations.

What's Your Move - A Direction Game

Description: 

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To aid students who are blind or have low vision in learning the four major directions on a map. Create a tactile game board on a raised-line grid sheet with 1-inch squares.

Whatever Next!

Description: 

Whatever Next! is a dame designed for use with children with mobility and neurological disabilities.

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Wheel-R-Dealer

Wheel-R-Dealer
Description: 

The Wheel-R-Dealer is an automatic card dealer designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities or arthritis. This handheld device deals cards face down or face up, depending on the game and position.

Wheels!

Wheels!
Description: 

Wheels! is a video game designed for use by children with cognitive, sensory, or motor disabilities. This game can be played as a game or it can be used to teach wheelchair control skills.

Where Does My Money Go? Level I & Level Ii

Description: 

Where Does My Money Go? is a money management training system in a board game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. Both levels use realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills.

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Who Do-What Where

Description: 

Who Do-What Where is a writing and reading skills training program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Wii Assist

Description: 

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: University of Delaware students Rob Rehrig, Josh Marks, and Larry Aiello have hacked the Wii video game controller and Wii Fit’s Wii Balance Board creating prototypes which can be used with applications for individuals with

Wiibfit

Wiibfit
Description: 

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of modified game controller using the Nintendo Wii System for individuals with quadriplegia or other severe physical disabilities.

Wild Animal Sort & Compare

Description: 

The Wild Animal Sort & Compare is a math skills training system designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. The set includes 16 rubber animals, 17 hands-on activities, and two games.

Willis Puzzles

Description: 

DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Wood puzzles, various sizes and complexity, including sorting boards.

Windup Fishing Game

Description: 

The Windup Fishing Game is eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. Winding the unit up sets the fish in motion and players use the magnetic pole to try to catch a piece.

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