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Friday, January 8, 2010

Hiyah & Pete's PowerPoint Station

Hi again,
I know that you are completely over me talking about where to access PowerPoints but I am on a mission to make life easier for IWB users and I still have 2 more really great resources worth mentioning.
Pete's PowerPoint Station has a massive number of resources available for a range of audiences. Some are very basic and others complex. They are listed in Alphabetical Topic order and a bonus is that they are also linked to online games about the topic.

You may not find exactly what you are looking for but may be able to adapt one of the Powerpoints you find there or use a few to get some ideas. Make sure that you reference where the 'borrowed' information came from if you do though:)
The Hiyah website is a must visit site for those of us loving and working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability.
Sarah, the amazing mum who hosts this site, has created an extensive collection of visual materials and computer programs which cover a huge variety of topics from counting to pragmatics which can be downloaded for free!

Check out the files and programs before downloading by using the online viewing feature. It takes a while for the files to download ( I usually put a load of washing on and make myself a hot drink while I am waiting) but they are well worth waiting for.

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