Skills - Language
3 Stages Story
R 928
CH - Practical Life
Allen Key & Bolt Set
R 249
P-Mathematics
Apple Tree Counting Set
R 895
CH - Practical Life
Balance Board for Feet
R 399
CH - Practical Life
Balance Board for Hands
R 399
Skills - Mathematics
Beetle Counting Game
R 379
Nienhuis Infant Toddler
Infant Dressing Frame:  Buckling Closure
R 1,064
T-Materials
Motor Skills Board - Buttons
R 777
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SPECIAL NEEDS

Special Needs material assit the facilitator in the practice of educating students with an Individualised Education Program to address their individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. These interventions are designed to help individuals with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and in their community, which may not be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education. We focus on material that assists these educational needs.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Basic Concepts
Fine Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills
Language
Mathematics
Organisation

LEARNING STYLE

Auditory
Kinesthetic
Tactile
Visual

AUTISM SPECTRUM

Motor Development
Self Help
Sensory Integration
Social & Behaviourial
Time Management

OUR LATEST NEWS

International Peace and Heritage Days

24th September, Heritage Day is a day for celebration!  It is also a day for remembrance and reflection on how we got to this point in our lives.   History, a study of the past, gives us our Heritage the achievements and accomplishments of our ancestors.  One cannot live without the other. 

Your South African Heritage

Your South African Heritage is important to you and every year we are given the opportunity to celebrate it with our family and friends.  We can choose our own method of celebration, but it often done with a meal of our choice among family and friends.

Literacy Week

This year, International Literacy Day will be celebrated across the world under the theme of “Literacy in a digital world”.  40 years ago, UNESCO declared that every year, on the 8th September, the international community should remember that literacy is a human right and the foundation of all learning.

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