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'Stay at home' story

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. Objective: to sensitize the population and empathize with people who have communication problems and do not understand well the sudden changes in their daily routines.

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The coronavirus game

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. Objective: Take playful measures to prevent coronavirus and learn how to properly wash your hands.

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What is the coronavirus?

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. Objective: To make accessible the most important information related to the coronavirus.

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Carnival - Counting activity

Activity set at the carnival party to work the count. It consists of counting the costumes that appear on each page of the board.
Objectives: Understand the relationship between quantity and object.

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Carnival - Activity

Board set at the carnival party that involves associating a complement to the costume that corresponds to it.
Objectives: Improve memory and attention.

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Carnival - Explanation and song

Board set in the carnival party that favors the understanding of what it is and how it is celebrated.
Objectives: To improve the understanding of what carnival is and anticipate its celebration through pictograms.

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Malaga

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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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Halloween game

Discover the most horrific scenes in this game. Turn up the volume and save the scary child from monsters.
Objectives: Get used to screen access, improve memory, enhance motivation with Halloween theme, and use terror thematic in socio-emotional interventions or anticipation.

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Easter

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Anticipation board with traditional vocabulary and events of spanish Easter Week.
Objectives: Anticipate the common activities in Easter Week, increase self-confident and security feelings, improve the comprehension of socio-behavioural activities and facilitate the adaptation to that context.

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Birthday

Task sequencing for children with difficulties in planning.
Objectives: Anticipate the common activities in a birthday party, increase self-confident and security feelings, improve the comprehension of socio-behavioural activities in that context and facilitate the adaptation to changes.

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Christmas association game

Link Christmas images with a common feature.
Objectives: Improve semantic comprehension, strengthen concept association, favour logical reasoning and widen Christmas vocabulary.

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Decorate your tree

Follow the instructions to decorate the Christmas tree.
Objectives: Get start with cause-effect, get acquainted with the screen, improve following instructions, strengthen task sequencing, favour the starting and ending of activities, anticipate Christmas atmosphere.

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Advent calendar

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.
Objectives: In addition to facilitate time orientation skills, the included activities improve maths concepts, logical reasoning, memory, language and social-affective skills.

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