Jay and Ben
By Special Needs Resource Magazine
I was recently asked to review a new book entitled Jay and Ben. Many people ask us to review products and we are pretty picky about the ones we feature. The product must be economical, child friendly, new and different, teacher friendly, simple and must make a difference in a child’s ability to communicate, live independently, make progress in some area of functioning or improve the quality of their life. Well we were impressed with this unique book for students with special needs.
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So what makes it different? The book contains 2 sheets of picture symbols that you can cut out and use velcro to affix to the boxes on the pages. The pages are hard and slick; the story is simple; and there are several ideas for use of the book included in the back pages. This was such a wonderful idea!
Reviews & CommentsArtie Kempner, Autism Speaks
Patricia O. Quinn, Developmental Pediatrician
Andrew L. Egel, Ph.D.
Pamela Paul, New York Times
Paula Wood, Special Educator
Julienne Balmer, Special Education Teacher
Stacy Ellis, Instructional Specialist Services for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
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