Who Created Express?
Express was created by Tzila Shwartstein, a certified Speech Language Pathologist.
What is Express?
Express is considered a “Speech Therapy Toolbox” that can be used to target a variety of different goals. The real-world pictures are great because the individual could use this game with a variety of different age groups and varying disabilities. You can purchase game by clicking Amazon link below:
How did you find out about Express?
I found out about Express because Maya emailed me to share with me information about the game that she helped to develop. I was sent a free Express Extension game to review.
What is included in the game?
Express Original Game includes: 130 Cards, 10 categories (fruit, clothing, tableware, cookware, vegetables, furniture, transportation, school supplies, home electronics, and musical instruments), brochure with ideas on how to play the game.
Express Extension includes: 52 Cards, 4 categories (beach, media, sports, camping), pdf manual that you can download with ideas on how to play the game.
Express Original Game: $49.93 and Free Shipping
Express Extension: $24.93 and Free Shipping
Things I Love about Express:
Durability of the cards: non-rip and flexible
Waterproof: premium plastic material
Colorful, Real World Photos
Versatile: This game can be used in a variety of different ways
Things I would Consider:
Do you need all 10 categories with the Express Original or do you only need 4 categories with the Express Extension?
How are you going to use the cards within therapy?
Use the links provided below to go directly to the Amazon where you can purchase the game. If you search “Express” on amazon it will bring up other things. You can search “Express Speech” under Toys and Games and Express card game will appear as an option to buy.
Prior to playing Tetris it is important to review instruction about how to play the game, scoring, etc.
When you begin to write your college essay it is important to know:
1.Guidelines for your specific college essay for each college.
2.Research about the college and the program that interests you.
3.What topic are your writing about within your essay.
Start playing Tetris after you know how to play the game.
Start brainstorming and drafting your college essay.
Possible tools to help you draft your essay:
1. Evernote https://evernote.com/
2. Mind Map http://mindmapfree.com/
Connect the pieces as they are falling in the game.
Connect your essay to your story. Include things such as:
1. Tell a story with a focus
2. How you have grown as a student
3. Lessons you have learned
4. Be creative
Think about ways that you could of played better in the game.
Review your essay and revise it.
1. Proofread, make corrections.
2. Have others check for corrections.
3. Reread essay and think of any other ways to make it better.
5. Thank you Katie for sharing this resource