ABA Flash Cards - Emotions
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DescriptionA national report in the Journal of Pediatrics reveals that 1 percent of US children ages 3 - 17 have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, an estimated prevalence of one in every 91 children. This is a dramatic increase from the 1 in 150 prevalences previously reported.
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Identifying, understanding and responding to emotions are very important skills for children to develop. These skills help us to develop relationships with others. This collection includes 50 superb, concrete, colorful images of the 10 most basic emotions. We’ve given 5 examples of each emotion to help your child or student generalize.
By adding clearly pronounced real audio and text we’ve added another dimension to traditional flash cards encouraging vocal imitation for those with emerging language skills. Classical music is also randomly played along with visual reinforcement to maintain your child’s interested while introducing them to the world’s most popular composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky.
Our intent is to provide children with quality educational applications that are not only enjoyable but also enhance cognitive development, phonemic awareness, and reading readiness.
Top features of our applications:
- Clear, Colorful, Concrete Images
- Benefits to both Visual and Auditory Learners
- Classical Music with Visual Reinforcement
- Sound can be turned "on" or "off"
- Flash Cards can be shown in order or shuffled
- Concisely Pronounced Audio
Our "Emotions" collection includes 50 images:
Bored, Excited, Happy, Mad, Sad, Scared, Silly, Surprised, Tired and Worried.
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At Kindergarten.com we provide a wide range of early childhood applications using behavioral techniques that are based on the principals of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) using a Verbal Behavior (VB) technique. ABA has been scientifically proven to be effective in teaching academic, language and communication skills to typically developing children as well as those with special needs or developmental delays such as Speech or Language Delays, Dyslexia, Hearing Loss, ADD/ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism, Dyspraxia, and PDD-NOS.