Games for Children with Special Needs Make Learning Fun
Research has shown that nothing helps children learn faster than having fun.
Many kids in special education classes, who struggle with learning, improve cognitive skills by playing games and other fun interactive activities. They don’t even realize they’re learning!
Discover some of our most effective games for children with special needs. Or check out the Creative Thinking workbooks and Study Skills handbooks books from Strong Learning to help kids with special needs succeed.
Reading Games for Special NeedsReading Card Games and Reading Lotto Games
Reading games are great for kids who continue to struggle with reading. Non-readers, including kids with dyslexia, benefit greatly from the Phonics Games. Games can be modified for individual differences.
Arithmetic Games for Special NeedsArithmetic Games
Math games make it easier to master basic arithmetic facts. Kids learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division while they’re having fun and playing. Games can be tailored for individual differences. Perfect for children with dyscalculia. Each Arithmetic Game can be played with four different variations: Go Fish, Old Maid, Memory, and War.
Creative Thinking Workbook for Special NeedsCreative Thinking Workbooks
Creative Thinking Workbooks are so much fun that kids who don’t like to read and write enjoy these books. Great for kids who have trouble writing, including those with dysgraphia. The books can even be used just by coloring, talking, and asking questions. Because there are no wrong answers, these workbooks help build self-esteem for kids who have learning challenges.
Study skills workbooks for Special NeedsStudy Skills Handbooks
Help struggling middle school and high school students master basic skills and even improve test scores with Study Skills Handbooks. Includes reading, writing, math, memory, and how to study.
See link for resources: http://strongteachers.com/special-needs-games/