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Our products are evaluated by authoritative education specialists from Lithuania University of Educational Sciences and Speech Therapy and Language Centre in Lithuania. Co-operation with professionals and their suggestions contributed to improvement of our products. 
Therefore we would like to approach to you, Dear associations of speech and language therapists, and associations of psychologists, and ask you to cooperate with us as well. 
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Some of the speech therapists recommendations are given below.

Vilma Makauskienė, PhD, Assoc. Professor, SLT and psychologist (Lithuanian Logopedist Association board member, www.logopedaslpc.lt) 

'Good deeds' 002888
Good deeds is exciting tool for many children. This game helps to develop creativite thinking, problem-solving and social skills which are very important for personality development. SLT can use Good deeds game for individual and group work with pre-school age children. Each child can create his/her own story and find solution of the problem, which attracts their attention to environment protection, other people or their behaviour in every day life situations. 

'Changes' 002889
This game was tested in many speech-language therapy sessions with pre-school age children. Changes is very useful tool for developing attention, thinking and consisten story telling skills. Children like to discover changes of nature together with fox Bonis and discuss it during the game. Collored cards and pictures stimulate children‘s interest and positive emotions. 


Speech Therapist-Expert Eglė Buraitienė ('Speech Therapy and Language Centre' in Lithuania)


Set of Cards 'Forest Animals' 004095

Realistic drawings reflect the life of real animals and help children to learn about forest animals and their living environment. The cards encourage children to describe the features, appearance and behaviour of each animal. In this way of learning, together with the support from teachers and parents, the child's vocabulary grows, and coherent, story telling skills are developed. Illustrations on both side of the card create a "surprise" impression.
This raises motivation for learning and desire to learn more.


Set of Cards 'The Trip Up and Down' 003992

The variety of images give an opportunity to apply them in a creative way and develop not only children's language, but also time calculation skills. Teacher can offer to select cards with a character that indicates direction or location: 'up', 'down', 'inside'. Funny stories about different animals can be continued encouraging children to use their imagination and think about what can happen next. This is a great way to develop creative thinking and imagination, spatial perception. 

Speech Therapist Methodologist Asta Melienė ('Speech Therapy and Language Centre' in Lithuania)

Set of Cards 'Wrong Tool' 003945
This set of cards is an interesting idea to motivate children to talk and think logically. Children have often difficulties to distinguish, identify and describe the tools they use. Describing funny situations is a good tool to form sentences and learn grammatical structure of the language.


Speech Therapist Methodologist Jūratė Peikauskienė ('Speech Therapy and Language Centre' in Lithuania)

Set of Cards 'Occupations. If I was...' 005057

Set of cards can be used for both pre-school and school-age children to develop speaking skills, grammatical structure and improve language. Cards help a preschooler learn new concepts, actively expand verbal vocabulary and improve thinking processes. Primary school pupils are able to learn consistently how to express themselves, create stories and understand the causal relations between events. The cards are ideal for children with hearing impairment to learn fluent speech (rhythm): the game allows to slow down the pace of speech to form a sentence and to expand the use of monologue speech. Tasks with cards develop children's auditory perception and teach perform morphological, lexical analysis.


Speech Therapist Inga Gruzdienė ('Speech Therapy and Language Centre' in Lithuania)

Double-sided hand puppet 'Fox Boni' 002875
Parents, teachers, special education pedagogues, speech therapists, psychologists can creatively use this didactic character to enhance children's motivation for learning, help them feel safe and secure. Boni helps making education process easier, focus attention and at the same time stimulate children's imagination, creativity, willingness to actively participate in activities.

Lotto 'Logo Zoo' 003275
Taking into account the child's age and linguistic preparation it is essential to carry out the task by increasing complexity step by step, starting from size differentiation. Prepared tasks will expand, revise and strengthen vocabulary by differentiating sizes, counting and colours. It is suitable tool to improve grammatical skills. Colorful tasks are easily absorbed and the meaning is perceived very well. Tutor can offer children to describe the appearance of each pet, compare them with each other. In search for the required images, children develop memory, attention and observation skills.


Speech Therapist Rita Kantanavičiūtė ('Speech Therapy and Language Centre' in Lithuania)

Magnetic Game 'Traffic Jam' 005034

The game is suitable for pre-school children and children with special needs. This game helps communicate in onomatopoeic words (for eg., zzzz, sssss, rrrrr and so on.). Helps to improve vocabulary and develop spatial perception. Since the details are very small this tool is perfect for developing fine motor skills.



Game 'Sound ways' 004009

Suitable for children with slow speech development, with diagnosed phonetic or phonological disorder, speech delay and for children with autism. Also suitable for children with developmental delays and in any disorder that affects the child's language development when the child does not communicate verbally. Starts making the first sounds, imitation of sounds.


Members of APPDA Lisboa (Portugal) - Catarina Alves and Isabel Gaspar (Association that provides services to autistic persons and supports them and their families):


Set of Cards 'Pair and Non-Pair' 003890

Very attractive.The colors help very much.Very good for attention/concentration. We don’t change anything.





Set of Cards 'The trip up and down' 003992

Serves its purpose perfectly. Very good to work many different things like attention, concentration, logical sequences, expressive and receptive language, etc; The situations are not very familiar but they are very simple, fun and attractive. That allows children to understand the logic of the sequence.



Educator Dominika Cieslikowska, member of the Anti-discrimination Education Association in Poland



Set of cards 'Growing up without Bullying' 003278
I was using your card games with kindergarten teachers in one of the trainings - I suggested them to use this toy in order to work on bullying topic. It was very nicely welcomed. Even the 4-year-old children played/ worked/ learned with the cards very well. I found them very useful while working on this issue. The cards are very well designed and there is a possibility to talk with children longer and see their reaction to bullying. Usually three cards are about the reaction, while one card focuses on inappropriate behaviour. Such a design of the process gives wonderful base to work on the topic. I also discovered that the hand puppet Fox Boni works very well. Children really like him and the two versions of emotions make the process of learning/ playing very interesting.



Members of Speech Therapists’s Association of Latvia (tested during work activities with autistic children) 


Speech therapist Guna Slavinska

Set of Cards 'In, On, Under' 002700

The cards are good support in acquiring prepositions, counting (a pedagogue/ speech therapist can ask e.g.: Of how many blocks is the tower built?), geometrical shapes (e.g.: What kind of shapes is the tower built of?) and colours (e.g.: Which colours do you see in the picture?). By work with the cards, a child learns to build correct sentence constructions and develops his/her skills to listen attentively and answer the questions. The work with cards is more exciting and successful if the set is used together with Wooden Blocks (002238). It is easier to work and vary with the aid, if all cards are grouped in the way as it is shown in the picture below. That means that 36 cards would make 9 groups of pictures (9x4), where only location of the object/s is changed (the building/tower is the same, but location of the little people or trees is changed). The set can be grouped in fewer groups as well, for example, in 6 groups – 6 cards in each group.



Set of Cards 'The Food Journey' 003946
The game is very useful to test child’s vocabulary, intellect, straight and abstract thinking, and skills to create a narration. With help of the pictures you can tell about natural processes, cooking and food processing.
As it is mentioned in the description of the aid, narration plots apart, the cards may also be used in other ways as well. Interesting is the version to use the images as pairs (grain – bread, bee – honey, milk – cheese, cow – milk etc.). It provides an opportunity to hold wider discussions about theme of food journey, as well as to work with a lot of thinking and language processes.


 


Set of Cards 'Wrong Tool' 003945
The game is suitable for testing and developing child`s alertness, vocabulary, straight thinking, ability to create narration and to base his/her opinion. The game is suitable both for learning about working tools, and verbs. It is positively, that the way of laying out the cards may be various: they can be used in pairs (e.g. working tool – working environment), or by three (e.g. work – the appropriate working tool – working environment). Also the order of the cards may be changed according to that what the pedagogue wants to pay the biggest attention to. Positively is also that all actions may be shown by movements, or linked with nouns (e.g. you can lock with a key; you can cut with a saw; you can dig with a shovel etc.). That all make the educational process more interesting.