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Memory Caps Game

Reinforce concepts such as shapes, turn taking, counting and more with this memory caps game for students who are blind or visually impaired.

This is a great prebraille game that can help teach or reinforce many concepts. For instance, shapes, turn taking, search pattern, vocabulary, one-to-one correspondence, counting, memory, and positional concepts can all be reviewed in this game. It is also a great game that can be left in the classroom or taken home, once the student learns to play.   It can be played with other students or family members.
 
I bought this game a couple years ago at the CTEBVI conference from a vendor. I did not pay what Amazon is asking for it. The game quickly becomes a favorite, as it is easy to set up and the other students in the classroom typically love playing the game.
 
student playing memory caps gamestudent student putting the caps on top of the shapes. (Then I spin the board around a couple times so the student no longer remembers the pattern of the shapes they put down)
 
 
memory caps collage

 

 

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