I have a few students who have goals to play a turn-taking game for ESY preschool. I just got to see my room today and there are very few resources in it. It looks like it is normally used for older kids. There are some very generic manipulatives such as blocks or beads, but no games really. What kind of "turn taking" game would you play with a preschooler (severe needs)? Is there something I can make or print out? We don't have a budget so I don't want to be spending all the money I'll be making, and we have no teacher stores around here so I'd have to order it anyway which I don't have time to do. Any ideas? Also, does anyone use computer games with severe needs? One of my students apparently loves the computer and his school-year teacher suggested that I let him do that during free choice. I'm not sure how his motor skills are. He's high on the autism spectrum so they may or may not be a concern- I would assume if he loves it he's able to manipulate the mouse pretty easily. Does anyone know of any good prek game websites I could put him on?