Tag: education

Creativity matters in education

03/08/2013 | By More
Creativity matters in education

As an educator, you have an opportunity and an obligation to foster creativity in your students, while also helping them develop digital skills. When students become creators of digital content, they can amplify their ideas and increase their impact. Article by Adobe

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Handwriting Worksheet Wizard

02/13/2013 | By More
Handwriting Worksheet Wizard

With the ESL Writing Wizard you can easily make worksheets for handwriting practice. You can change the font (print or cursive), the size and line patterns. With a few clicks you can create one-word worksheets or multi-word worksheets. The Writing Wizard is a free resource for teachers and (homeschooling) moms and dads. Access the ESL […]

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Perception training from space

02/11/2013 | By More
Perception training from space

Tracing, recognizing mirrored images, counting pictures, finding differences – all these exercises are included in today’s freebie. These exercises combine different skills necessary for good reading, writing and calculating. Use these exercises when training dyslexic and dyscalculic children. Of course, you can also use them for homeschooling, tutoring, extra training. DOWNLOAD Check out our other […]

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Clowns! Clowns! Clowns!

02/04/2013 | By More
Clowns! Clowns! Clowns!

It is soon Mardi Gras and we thought this is a good time to offer some exercises with clowns: tracing, finding differences, seriality and left-right-exercises. These exercises train attention, hand-eye-coordination, visual and spatial perception – very important skills for reading, writing and calculating. DOWNLOAD Check out our other freebies!

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How to remember: b or d?

01/21/2013 | By More
How to remember: b or d?

On Pinterest we saw a wonderful idea to teach children the difference between “b” and “d”. After teaching the trick, let your children do some worksheets which can be created by the “Letter mash”-generator“.   Source: 4.bp.blogspot.com via Stephany on Pinterest

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

12/23/2012 | By More
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

  We wish all our readers MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! We are taking a break, but we will back in the new year with new freebies, linktipps, books, films, etc. – all about dyslexia and dyscalculia! Stay tuned!

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Honeycomb Puzzles

11/19/2012 | By More
Honeycomb Puzzles

Honeycomb puzzles are a great means to train attention and perception. Today, three honeycomb puzzles with different themes are offered. There are two versions of each puzzle. In the second version, the honeycomb that is in the middle, is colored gray. This might be a help, especially for younger children. It is best to print […]

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Hidden object puzzles

11/14/2012 | By More
Hidden object puzzles

Can you see seven dolphins in the picture above? Have a close look and you’ll find them. Do you like such pictures? Then make sure to check Smartkit’s Hidden object puzzles.  There you can find a variety of pictures with hidden objects, such as old Liebig-pictures or the hidden bear on the Suisse chocolate bar […]

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Dyslexia-friendly books

10/16/2012 | By More
Dyslexia-friendly books

  The Telegraph has published a list of dyslexia-friendly books, such as Julia Donaldson’s (author of the The Gruffalo) Mr Birdnest and the House Next Door or Alan Gibbon’s The Number 7 Shirt which any young football fan will enjoy. It’s essential that children who are dyslexic have access to attractive, enjoyable reading – and […]

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Drawing lines

10/15/2012 | By More
Drawing lines

“Drawing lines” offers many possibilities to train children’s skills that are important for reading, writing and arithmetics: attention, hand-eye-coordination, visual and spatial perception. The children are counting, they have to decide whether to draw up, down, to the right, to the left, etc. This may look simple, but for some children this is a real […]

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