Tag: games

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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Great App: Arcs Free

11/15/2012 | By More
Great App: Arcs Free

Arcs is a spin on the classic sliding tile puzzle game. Solve 12 circular puzzles by rotating circles and sliding arcs. This trains logical thinking, attention and visual and spatial perception – all very important skills for good reading, writing and calculating. The puzzles begin with simple designs and grow more complex as the levels […]

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Blocks-great puzzle app

10/18/2012 | By More
Blocks-great puzzle app

BLOCKS is a great app to train spatial perception and logical thinking. You have to slide the orange block off the board by sliding the other blocks out of its way. The horizontal blocks only move left and right, while the vertical blocks slide up and down. Solving the puzzles can be very tricky, but […]

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Exploring “Treasure Storehouses” of the World

10/01/2011 | By More
Exploring “Treasure Storehouses” of the World

By Linda Davis-Kyle, MA The wonderful learning “treasure storehouses” of the world are certain to enchant your youngsters, foster their development as they grow and change, and enhance their love of learning. Young learners will be over the moon in many of the grand repositories—the wonderful museums and art galleries of the world—where they actually […]

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New educational card game for word formulation!

08/21/2011 | By More
New educational card game for word formulation!

A new educational card game for word formulation helps children with reading and writing difficulties due to dyslexia to learn reading and writing more easily. The idea is simple: Making words with cards! With these cards, printed by the renowned Viennese card game company Piatnik, one can formulate letters and words using play. Scientific background: […]

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Equine Therapy at the Big Heart Ranch in Malibu

03/21/2011 | By More
Equine Therapy at the Big Heart Ranch in Malibu

Equine Therapy is an experiential, evidence-based therapy involving horses. The client works with the horses and a certified horse specialist and therapist to help achieve the client’s goals. EAP is appropriate for individuals of all ages as well as groups, families and couples. Ideal for kids and families struggling with: Addiction ADHD AutismEating Disorders Family […]

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Why bad grades happen to good kids?

01/19/2011 | By More
Why bad grades happen to good kids?

Extensive research has shown that children learn best when they are engaged and having fun. That’s why every activity in these guides is designed for children to have fun while learning to read. Games, songs, and crafts among other things are all laid out for parents to do and learn. Find two free ebooks here: […]

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German DVD with programs for dyslexia and dyscalculia

01/01/2011 | By More
German DVD with programs for dyslexia and dyscalculia

This very impressive DVD-Rom from Europe is filled with worksheets, programs and more for the professional dyslexia training. It sells for Euro 5 (around $7) including worldwide shipping.

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Sudoku for dyslexics!

01/31/2010 | By More
Sudoku for dyslexics!

Training with Sudoku is particularly recommended for individuals with dyslexia and/or dyscalculia. It strengthens logical thinking, and helps dyslexic/dyscalculic individuals to memorize/retain abstract symbols through play. So lets play ! http://sudoku.dyslexics.com

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