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Select the equal

(In Spanish) It is an activity to work memory and attention. It consists of selecting the pictogram that is repeated within the same row. It has a positive auditory reinforcement and the correct cell fades automatically when pressed. It is made up of 25 levels and each of them is associated with a specific letter of the alphabet.

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Learn how to use money

(In Spanish) Select the coins and bills that are needed to reach an exact amount. The cells with the correct answer fade when pressed and give a positive auditory boost to the user. User responses will automatically be saved in a .pdf document.

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Workshops, anticipation board

(In Spanish) On this board you will find the anticipation of four workshops. In this case: vegetable garden, crafts, kitchen and ceramics. Within each workshop, the main activities that are usually carried out in them are listed. For example, if you click on the cell that puts a garden, it will take you to a page where a series of actions are listed, such as planting, watering, harvesting, starting, fertilizing and pruning.

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Craft workshop, photo frame

(In Spanish) It is an anticipation board. In this case, we have given as an example the creation of a personalized photo frame. The board includes the steps to follow and a gallery with the materials that can be used to carry out the craft, as well as a page with a keyboard for people who have acquired literacy.

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Garden workshop, association activity

(In Spanish) It is an interactive activity to work on global reading. The words are divided into three categories: food, tools, and actions. It consists of identifying the word that corresponds to each pictogram, choosing between two possible options.

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Cooking workshop, recipe book

(In Spanish) It is an anticipation board that includes six recipes classified into six different categories. Each recipe covers two pages, one with the necessary ingredients and the other with the steps to follow. You can add new recipes and categories to expand the recipe.

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Pottery workshop, flower pots

(In Spanish) It is an anticipation board for the creation, in this case, of ceramic pots. It includes a page with the presentation of the object and the list of materials that are needed. The steps to follow to create the pot are explained below.

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Find the letters

(In Spanish) It is an activity to work on visual perception, it consists of finding a specific letter among many others that are similar to the one to look for. There are four levels of difficulty, upon completing each level the activity offers us to repeat the level or pass the next one.

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Craft workshop, materials I can find

(In Spanish) Simple board to learn the vocabulary of the different materials that we can find in the craft workshop, it also includes a partnership activity where you have to relate one of those materials to the corresponding action.

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How does the saying go?

(In Spanish) Try to remember how each of these sayings ends. It is an activity that can be done individually or in a group. They must look in their memory for the end of each saying and tell the meaning that they think it has. You can remove and add as many sayings as you want.

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Personal and temporary orientation for the elderly

(In Spanish) The board is made up of different pages where the user is invited to remember his name, the place where he was born, the name of his parents, that of his brothers and, among many others, the profession to which he dedicated. At the end of the board there is a spatial orientation activity to locate the person in the current season of the year and to distinguish the items of clothing that would be used depending on the season of the year in which they are.

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Identify the person who appears in the image

(In Spanish) Remember the name of various singers, actors and actresses born throughout the 20th century in Spain. At the end of the activity, you can listen to a song from each of the singers that appear. It aims to evoke past experiences in users.

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The provinces of Andalusia

(In Spanish) It is an identification activity where the user has to choose between two options the correct answer, it has a background melody and when it is correct, it goes to the next province after receiving a positive reinforcement.

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Old-time and modern objects

(In Spanish) The board aims to discriminate ancient objects from modern objects. A series of images are presented with objects from different periods, the person or persons who carry out the activity must click on "old" or "modern" as they create.

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¿En qué sílaba termina la palabra?

(In Spanish) Es un tablero que contiene veinte pictogramas que representan palabras de dos sílabas. La actividad consiste en averiguar cuál es la sílaba en la que termina la palabra que representa cada uno de esos pictogramas. Las respuestas se van guardando a medida que se avanza en la actividad. Al final del tablero, hay una página con las respuestas dadas por el usuario y las respuestas correctas, existe la opción de guardar dichas respuestas en un archivo PDF.

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'Stay at home' story

(In Spanish) It is a story to better understand what the COVID-19 or coronavirus is. The protagonist is a girl who uses an alternative communication system both to understand the world and express her thoughts. She tells us how she is living what has been happening since the state of alarm was decreed.

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The coronavirus game

(In Spanish) It is a board that explains the game that has gone viral to adopt one of the basic preventive measures against COVID-19 or coronavirus. On the board we explain with images and pictograms what it consists of and how you have to wash your hands well to make the drawing of the virus disappear.

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What is the coronavirus?

(In Spanish) It is a board created to make accessible the most important information about COVID-19, also known as coronavirus. The board explains with pictograms and text what it is, what are the most frequent symptoms, what measures should we adopt to combat it and a list of ideas to do at home on the days of the state of alarm declared by the Government.

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Carnival - Counting activity

(In Spanish) Activity set at the carnival party to work the count. It consists of counting the costumes that appear on each page of the board.

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Carnival - Activity

(In Spanish) Board set at the carnival party that involves associating a complement to the costume that corresponds to it.

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Carnival - Explanation and song

(In Spanish) Board set in the carnival party that favors the understanding of what it is and how it is celebrated.

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Learn to recycle, activity and evaluation of the results

(In Spanish) Evaluation activity to classify a number of residues in the different containers that exist. The results will be automatically saved in a pdf file.

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Learn to recycle, theory and practice

(In Spanish) Board explaining the different containers, what they contain and what cannot be recycled in them. It includes an activity to put into practice what has been learned.

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Learn how to recycle, concept map and song

(In Spanish) Simple board explaining the difference between each containers, what color they are and what each one contains. In the background, and along the entire board, a melody sounds. In the end, on the last page, there is a link to a music video.

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Learn how to recycle, the right bin is...

(In Spanish) Single page anticipation board containing the pictograms of four different containers. It can be used a learning tool when separating.

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Conjugated communicator

(In Spanish) Communication board designed to combine the 120 most used verbs in our language. It includes quick talks phrases, questions, answers, opinions and more than 20 categories of vocabulary to talk about practically everything, as well as access to predictive keyboard, music and videos. It combines the SAAC style with more variety of colors, pictograms and text.

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Rhymes

Rhymes

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(In Spanish) Can you find the word that rhymes? This version shows at the end a page with the expected choices and those of the user.

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Complete the sentence

(In Spanish) Sort the groups of three letters in alphabetical order. At the end, a page with the expected results and the user's answers is displayed.

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Find the intruder - Results

(In Spanish) Educational activity to find the image that does not fit among the others. This version displays a page with the expected and the user's choices.

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Compare animals - Results

(In Spanish) Select the correct animal according to the asked question. This version displays a result page with the expected and the user's choices.

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Categories - Results

(In Spanish) Find the semantic category for the displayed image. At the end, a page with the user's response and the correct results is shown.

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Pseudowords - Partial results

(In Spanish) Try to find out which words are made up and which ones are real. This version saves the user's choices as pdf files.

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Let's go shopping - Notes

(In Spanish) Communication board to go shopping. It contains different categories of products, measures and money management. We recommend that you modify it by adding the products you buy most often. This version includes notes to save messages and retrieve them later.

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AAC - Notes

(In Spanish) Sample board using the AAC system colour scheme. It includes categories of family, friends, colours, clothes, places and activities. This version includes notes to save messages and retrieve them later.

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At school - Notes

(In Spanish) Communication board for the school environment that uses pictograms and calligraphic font with the SPC Outline style. It includes a page on common actions and names of classmates. This version incldues notes, to save messages and say them later.

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High contrast with notes

(In Spanish) Bold letters and a high-contrast combination of colours for people with low visual acuity. Save messages as notes and retrieve them later.

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Remember the photographs

(In Spanish) Look at the pictures and remember the details to answer correctly.

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Visual Memory

(In Spanish) Visual memory game. Wich image has changed?

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The same as the model

(In Spanish) Select the image that is the same as the model.

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Select the same images

(In Spanish) Click on the same images.

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Light bulbs game

(In Spanish) Activity to work on visual attention and the speed of selection. Ideal to start training with switches or eye tracking systems.

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Auditory memory game.

(In Spanish) Activity to use with auditory scanning. Test your auditory memory and answer the questions.

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Completa la frase

(In French) ¿Qué palabra falta para completar la frase? Usa las pictogramas para ayudarte.

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What happened before?

(In Spanish) Order the images according to the logical time of appearance in each story.

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Traffic signs

(In Spanish) Identify traffic signals and learn about their meaning.

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Transports

(In Spanish) Italian Board to answer different questions about means of transport.

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The glutton mouse

(In Spanish) A tale about a little mouse in trouble. Read or listen the tale and do the activities related.

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Ladybugs

(In Spanish) How many ladybugs are there? Many ladybugs, few one or none.

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Qualifying adjectives

(In Spanish) Select the best qualifying adjectives for each word.

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Quantities

(In Spanish) Count the objects to see how many actually are in the image.

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Categories

(In Spanish) Explore relationships between words and its categories.

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Vowels

Vowels

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(In Spanish) Check the images and choose the corresponding vowel.

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AAC with big cells and photos

(In Spanish) Communication board with photos. Perfect for people who don't use neither symbols nor literacy for communication. You can replace sample pictures for your own photos.

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High contrast categories and keyboard

(In Spanish) Alphabet and syllabic keyboard that includes several pages of categories with a high contrast color combination.

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Malaga

Malaga

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(In Spanish) A walk through the most popular areas of Malaga (Andalussia). Discover the museums, historic buildings, and the best-known squares of this beautiful city with this accesible board designed with symbols and text.

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My school communicator

(In Spanish) Communication board for the school environment that uses pictograms and calligraphic font with the AAC Outline style. It includes a timetable, a page witgh actions, names of classmates and materiales. It also includes a predictive keyboard for children.

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I talk about my family

(In Spanish) Guess who? Activity to learn about your family members and their connections. Change the symbols for real pictures of your family and start the game!

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Pick the right photo

(In Spanish) Simple real pictures recognition activity. Listen carefully the instruction and select the correct real picture between three options. It's ideal for training with switches or eye tracking systems.

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SAAC with big cells

(In Spanish) Simple and visual communication board with big cells. It is perfect for first steps with a communication board and you can use it with any access system. It is designed with symbols and no text in AAC style.

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Operations with euros

(In Spanish) With this activity you will learn to do additions of amounts of money with euro cents and coins.

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Music player with metallic look

(In Spanish) A player that you can use to listen to music from your computer.

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High contrast with gaze control

(In Spanish) Bold letters and a high-contrast combination of colours for people who use a gaze control. To use an adapted keyboard to express oneself in any situation with total control of the eye tracking system.

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Simple addition game

(In Spanish) With this activity you will learn to do additions with whole numbers.

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Halloween game

(In Spanish) Discover the most horrific scenes in this game. Turn up the volume and save the scary child from monsters.

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Specific language impairment

(In Spanish) To commemorate International Specific Language Impairment (SLI) Day, today on 30 September we launch this new Verbo Board with four activities designed to improve each aspects: Phonological awareness, semantics, morphosyntactic and pragmatic.

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Wash your hands

(In Spanish) Discover the story of Pedro and learn about the hand-washing routine! Interactive story aimed to people with autism or children with executive functioning difficulties.

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Learning Bliss symbols (English)

Introduce new Bliss symbols in daily vocabulary. Listen the word and then search the corresponding photo and symbol.

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Remember the Bliss symbol (English)

Try to find the Bliss symbol you've seen a few seconds ago among all the others.

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Intruder easy Bliss (English)

Educational activity to find the Bliss symbol that does not fit among the others beacuse of its meaning.

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Compare animals Bliss (English)

Version of the Compare animales board with Bliss symbols.

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Bliss communication board (English)

Sample board using the Bliss communication system (English speakers).

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Learning emotions

(In Spanish) Activity to work on emotion skills by visual recognition of real photos. It includes four emotions: happiness, scary, sadness and ire.

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Recognizing verbs

(In Spanish) Activity for syntactic analysis initiation. Read each sentence and locate the action in every one.

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Keyboard ABC, 123 - Sarakanda

(In Spanish) Communication board by literacy with Sarakanda font, a typeface specially designed for dyslexia. The main page includes some common expressions and the access to an abc predictive keyboard and numerical keyboard.

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Easter

Easter

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(In Spanish) Anticipation board with traditional vocabulary and events of spanish Easter Week.

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My senses

(In Spanish) Learning about the five senses in a visual way, with examples of daily activities. It combines symbols and text.

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Children's entertainment

(In Spanish) Board designed for children's entertainment with three pages of multimedia offers (videos, songs and photos) with links to launch user-adjustable apps.

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ABC predictive keyboard

(In Spanish) Communication board by literacy with abc predictive keyboard and numerical keyboard. The main page includes some social words and a clock.

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Predictive keyboard

(In Communication board by literacy with predictive keyboard. The main page combines some social forms with Arasaac pictograms and a clock.

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Touch the star

(In Spanish) Searching and identification activity to get used to the new computer access system. It includes 50 levels of increasing dificulty.

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Parts of the body

(In Spanish) Identify the appropiate parts of the body between three options. It's ideal for training with switches or eye tracking systems.

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Choose the right image

(In Spanish) Simple images recognition activity. Listen carefully the instruction and select the correct image between two options. It's ideal for training with switches or eye tracking systems.

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Birthday

(In Spanish) Task sequencing for children with difficulties in planning.

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Christmas association game

(In Spanish) Link Christmas images with a common feature.

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Message syllabic board

(In Spanish) Communication board by literacy. Combine the alphabetic keyboard with some frequent syllables and words. Each letter suggest some syllables combination for a better communication.

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Decorate your tree

(In Spanish) Follow the instructions to decorate the Christmas tree.

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Learning symbols

(In Spanish) Introduce new symbols in daily vocabulary. Listen the word and then search the corresponding photo and symbol.

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Message board

(In Spanish) Communication board by literacy. Combine the alphabetic keyboard with some frequent syllables and words.

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Advent calendar

(In Spanish) Can't wait for Christmas day? Get this advent calendar to shorten this endless wait! Do the everyday activities and have fun with the countdown to holidays.

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Let's go shopping

(In Spanish) Communication board to go shopping. It contains different categories of products, measures and money management. We recommend that you modify it by adding the products you buy most often.

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Say good night

(In Spanish) Task sequencing for children with difficulties in planning. The cells provide visual information on what has already been done and what should be done next.

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Reading syllables

(In Spanish) Write the syllables of the word to pass to the next level.

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Bliss communication board

(In Spanish) Sample board using the Bliss communication system.

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Music player

(In Spanish) A player that you can use to listen to music from your computer.

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Musical instruments

(In Spanish) Discover the sound of each musical instrument and try to recognize them.

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Shadows - Means of transport

(In Spanish) Can you identify the means of transport referred to by the question from its shadow?

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How I feel - adults

(In Spanish) Communication board with text and pictograms. It includes feelings, illness, parts of the body, problems and people categories.

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Greater or less

(In Spanish) Have fun comparing numbers.

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How I feel

(In Spanish) A board designed with AAC style without text to speak about feelings and sensations through symbols.

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I choose my menu

(In Spanish) What do you want to eat? Say it with this board full of fruits, vegetables, legumes and meats. This board combines Verbo style with colours, pictograms and text.

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The tired owl

(In Spanish) The owl loves working at night singing every hour, but when the day comes he is very tired! Discover the animals that hide in the forest, and show what you have learnt with the activities included at the end.

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Compare animals (with sounds)

(In Spanish) Version of the Compare animales board with real animal sounds.

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Work session

(In Spanish) Template of a work session of therapy designed with AAC style without text.

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Identifying pseudowords

(In Spanish) Try to find out which words are made up and which ones are real.

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Intruder word

(In Spanish) Identify the word that does not fit in the sentence.

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Rhymes

Rhymes

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(In Spanish) Can you find the word that rhymes?

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I want - I don't want

(In Spanish) Communication board of everyday activities that includes over 40 categories to talk about your preferences and needs. Combine Verbo style with different colours, pictograms and text.

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Time

Time

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(In Spanish) What day is it? What time is it? What is the weather like?

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The animals

(In Spanish) Pets, wild and farm animales. Where they live and their characteristics.

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Remember the image

(In Spanish) Try to find the image you've seen a few seconds ago among all the others.

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Name with image

(In Spanish) Match the displayed image to its name.

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Complete the sentence

(In Spanish) What word is missing in the sentence? Use the pictograms as a hint.

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Compare animals (ARASAAC)

(In Spanish) Version of the Compare animales board with ARASAAC symbols.

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What do you want to eat?

(In Spanish) Communication board of food with large images and differents categories.

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Children keyboard

(In Spanish) A keyboard that combines letters and pictures.

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Keyboard

(In Spanish) Besides the alphabetic keyboard with a typewriter look, the main page includes some social forms and it combines SymbolStix pictograms with text.

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Who am I

(In Spanish) A simple board with few cells and large images so you can tell some things about you.

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Text only

(In Spanish) Sample board without pictograms and a minimalist look.

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High contrast

(In Spanish) Bold letters and a high-contrast combination of colours for people with low visual acuity.

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AAC (ARASAAC)

(In Spanish) Sample board using the AAC system colour scheme and symbols from ARASAAC.

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AAC outlines

(In Spanish) A board that uses the colours of the AAC It includes categories of family, friends, colours, clothes, places and activities.

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Compare animals

(In Spanish) Try to discover the animal to which the question refers. This activity combines pictograms with calligraphic letters.

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Find the intruder (hard)

(In Spanish) Educational activity to find the image that does not fit among the others

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Find the intruder (easy)

(In Spanish) Educational activity to find the image that does not fit among the others.

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At school

(In Spanish) Communication board for the school environment that uses pictograms and calligraphic font with the SPC Outline style. It includes a page on common actions and names of classmates.

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My first board

(In Spanish) Simple board that combines images and words with the SPC style. It is the sample board created in the user manual of the program. It includes social forms, family and basic verbs in the home, along with a second page of food.

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