Can you remember playing those favorite, games that were not only easy but so much fun, There are so many children out in the world, who have developmental disabilities. They have a really hard time playing a game, becoming so frustrated. Hasbro and the Autism Project have teamed, up to form Toy Box Tools, a great tool that can help them learn how to play the game. Easy to print out the game your playing, and shows them how to play step by step.
This is really great in teaching my son, who is Autistic how to play Chutes and Ladders. The whole playbook and fact sheet , is just the right thing to help him . He always understands more if its on paper, and he loves playing games and this will help him out even more. You will be able to print out. your favorite Hasbro Games, so that they understand easily.
Chutes and Ladders
Climb up and slide down in the exciting game of ups and downs, Chutes and Ladders! You and the character on your pawn can see the square marked 100, but it’s not so easy to get there. If you land on a good deed, you can shimmy up a ladder, but land on the wrong spot and you’ll shoot down a chute! Spin the spinner to see how many spots you’ll move. Will your new spot send you down or move you up, up, up? Slip, slide and see if you can win at Chutes and Ladders!
That’s really easy for us to understand imagine, not being able to understand and how frustrated you would get. Now with tool Box Tools it’s easy for your child to enjoy the game too. All you do is go to the website and download the info for the game. The game downloads come in three stages. Print them and you’re ready to play. Now all children can interact and play the games they want, without all the frustration they get, trying and failing. This makes it so much easier. This wonderful free resource that can help children who need support experience the joy of play. This makes it so much easier for Devon and he loves being able to play the game with us.
For Devon, we printed up this and he knows what he has to do now when it’s his turn. We love that’s it’s made so easy for him.
Use the turn-taking cards to visually communicate whose turn it is to play with a toy or game. Show the appropriate card to your child to encourage an understanding of when he or she can play. It can also be helpful to reinforce the card verbally when you hold it up.
HOW TO ENTER: One WINNER will be receiving Chutes and Ladders and The Transformer Game The Giveaway will run from Dec 6, 2015, until 11:59 pm EST on December 26, 2015. One entry per household. This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Enter using the Giveaway Tools Form Below. Good Luck!