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Giveaway: You Pick from Different Roads to Learning

Here’s the deal. Go to http://difflearn.com and pick ANY one item costing $50 or less (not including shipping). Then post your choice (a direct link to the item would be nice) at http://autismoregon.org . A random post will be chosen and that poster will get the item for free. Can it get any better than that? If so, tell me – Kathy at kathyandcalvin dot com (you know the deal, put the email together correctly). Here is how to make an entry:
  • Create an account at http://autismoregon.org/user/register if you don't already have one. If you have an account, login by going directly to http://autismoregon.org/user
  • Ensure you are logged in
  • Next, post what you want (a weblink) in this thread
Only one entry per person is permitted, and you have until 11:59PM PST on Monday, June 18th to get your entries in. Following that, all entries will be numbered. A random number generator will select the winner. The winners will be contacted by e-mail, please ensure that the e-mail address listed in your AutismOregon.org profile is correct. Good luck!

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Here is what I wish for from Different Roads Learning: http://difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRB%20422&top=2 Take care, Heather

Would love this: http://difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRB%20046&top=2

http://difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRM%20147&top=28

http://difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRG%20357&top=37

http://difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRG%20357&top=37

http://www.difflearn.com/prodinfo.asp?number=DRG%20357&top=37

Congratulations to Iranslam for winning the Grocery Store Game from Different Roads to Learning. This exciting game presents a fun and educational approach to grocery shopping that can be adapted to fit different levels and abilities. The goods on the included shopping lists and game board can be used for matching or can be sorted into categories. More advanced players can apply basic math skills to add up their lists, give discounts and apply coupons. This is a great tool for reinforcing daily living skills and independence, as players learn all about what to expect at the supermarket.