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Pindora's Box

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by beccy9876, May 25, 2010.

  1. Hi

    Pindora's Box has been recommended by an Ed Psych but I can't find it anywhere! The only thing I can find is a webpage that says it has been discontinued. As I have never heard of it before I don't know what else I could get in its place - anyone know where I can find it/what else I could use?

    Thanks

    Beccy
     
  2. tamtams

    tamtams New commenter

    Hi. is this a speech and language programme.

     
  3. I know I am two years late on this, but it is actually an OT programme.

     
  4. Hi I know I am 3 years late on this but I have Pindoras box activities Level 1,3,4,5 - have scorecard for level 2 but not the list of activities - if anyone is interested can scan them in for use. I have used them quite a lot of times with children who require motivation not just with those who need OT activities. It gets them interested in learning, taking turns, scoring, recording.
     
  5. I would love to look at these. I support a child with ASD and they could be good for him. thanks
     
  6. Hi, if still available could I get copies of the sheets you have, thanks
     

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