Special Needs Basic Concepts Toys & Games - Learning Resources®
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Help children follow directions, participate, and comprehend to achieve success in performing everyday activities. Basic concept skills are the foundation for learning. They help children follow directions, participate, and comprehend to achieve success in performing everyday activities. These skills allow children to understand concepts like colors, directions, shapes, sizes, time, positions, quantities, locations, positions, numbers, descriptions, and feelings.
Basic concepts can be classified as: spatial (location), temporal (time), quantity (number), quality (description), and social-emotional (feelings); used daily, these concepts are critical to social, behavioral, and academic success. Mastering basic concepts helps to strengthen young learners' vocabularies and paves the way toward early math and pre-reading.
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This game is versatile too! Children can play this independently, but I can also use this as a game of friendly competition between siblings to include them into the therapy session too. This set expands the concept of building blocks by making them multi-functional and creates a mental game as well.