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Picture Exchange Communication Keyring (AAC) Instructions & Behaviour – Reduced

This product was inspired by a customer using Picture Symbol Communication with her 3 year old son. The symbol cards include: no, yes, more, don’t touch, hot, good boy, good girl, very good, loud,bin, tidy up, quiet, go to sleep, do not enter, wash hands, dry hands, hold hands, share, look, listen, finished, don’t throw, don’t yell, don’t run. Please contact us if you require a set of cards to meet your specific needs.

  • 34 Gloss Finished Cards, easy to work on our little communication book of mini boards.
  • Communication Book also on sale (sold separatly) – Picture Communication Symbol images by Mayer-Johnson
  • 6cm by 6cm (our new larger size following feedback from our customers that 5cm by 5cm is just a little too small)
  • If you are interested in more than one of our products…you will be pleased to know that we always combine postage costs.
  • Held together on an easy to open sturdy bookring

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Scooby-Doo! Captain Scooby and the Pirate Fort Mega Playset – Glow in the dark – Cut Price

Help Scooby and his friends to find the pirates that are trying to steal their treasure. They can enter the fort over the drawbridge and can climb up the rigging to keep an eye out for pirates. You can even fire the real working cannon. The set also includes a pirate crew vehicle, ideal for making a speedy getaway. The Scooby-Doo Pirate Fort play set comes complete with 7 pirate themed characters and lots of fun features.

  • Includes 7 figures and the pirate crew van
  • The ghost and mummy are glow in the dark
  • The fort opens up

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Huawei may be releasing a foldable smartphone next year

Why it matters to you

Huawei maybe joining the ranks of Samsung and ZTE by offering a foldable smartphone next year. Edge-to-edge displays were the defining trend of smartphone design in 2017. First appearing on the Samsung Galaxy S8, the feature will be included on the iPhone X and numerous other smartphones.

As pretty as these screens look, it is possible that we’ll be seeing yet another trend emerge in 2018, and it’s one that could really shake things up: foldable smartphones. ZTE kicked things off with the Atom M, which featured two screens connected by a hinge. The device was certainly an interesting one[1], but we found it lacking in comparison to the more traditional, and much cheaper, Axon 7[2].

ZTE’s offering may not have been perfect, but it may have been a herald of things to come as CNet has reported[3] that Huawei is working on a foldable smartphone for next year. Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, said that the company already has a workable prototype, but stressed the need for better design and innovation. “We have two screens,” Yu said. “But we still have a small gap [between the screens].

That’s not good, and we should get rid of that gap.” Such new features are more than just a novelty for tech enthusiasts. It is one of the ways in which Huawei hopes to overtake its rivals and become the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer.

“We will overtake them definitely,” Yu said. “That’s our destiny. Maybe I’m not humble … but nobody can stop us.” Such boasting might seem like PR spin, but Huawei has the resources and market share to back it up.

The company might not be the household names that Samsung or Apple are, but it is the world’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer. In terms of foldable smartphones, Huawei isn’t the only company seeking to enter the market. Samsung is hoping to release a bendable smartphone next year[4].

Samsung’s device, which appears to feature a single flexible screen, is more in line with the rumors and patients regarding foldable phones.

As for Huawei, it remains to be seen whether their device will be closer to Samsung or ZTE’s.

Either way, 2018 is looking like it will be a very interesting year for smartphone enthusiasts.

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  1. ^ an interesting one (www.digitaltrends.com)
  2. ^ lacking in comparison to the more traditional, and much cheaper, Axon 7 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  3. ^ reported (www.cnet.com)
  4. ^ release a bendable smartphone next year (www.theverge.com)

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