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Speaking & Listening 1


n Great for picture or number recognition


n Insert your own images into the clear panels


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n Includes a headphone socket for easy listening


n Shuffle or normal play back


n 4 minutes total recording time


1 Chatter-Block


Simply roll this innovative cube like you would dice - whichever side ends up on top, the corresponding message will play.


6 sides, each recordable with a 10 second message, can all be activated by rolling or by pressing a play button.


Each face measures 15 x 15cm. Requires 3 x AA batteries (not included). For ages 3yrs+.


EL00068 Single 2 Sound Shuffle


Sound Shuffle is a device for creating stories, sequencing and sound effects. Simply enter multiple recordings up to 4 minutes total time, and then choose to either play back in sequence or random mode.


Wall mountable, there are three headphone sockets for group work. The device is also switch adaptable.


Size: L8.5 x D2.5cm, requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included). For ages 3yrs+.


EL00125 Single 3 Chatter-Box


Simply hold down the record button with a number of your choice to program a 10 second message. Each of the ten buttons store a message, giving 100 seconds of total playback and with the removable top sleeve they can create pictures or symbols to match their recording. Requires 2 x AAA (not included). For ages 3yrs+.


EL00033 Single 3 Ideal for creating stories


Record a 10 second message on to each button Visit the e-catalogue at www.tts-trade.co.uk and email your orders to trade@tts-group.co.uk 31


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