Pacemaker Game Program (Book Review)

Van Etten, Carlene; Watson, Bill
November 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1976, Vol. 9 Issue 9
Academic Journal
Evaluates the Pacemaker Games Program, a set of games that allow young learning disabled children to learn about numbers and how to play games. Target population of Pacemaker; Minimum results that can be expected from Pacemaker; Game skills that children must know before they can participate in table games.


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