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Advent Calendar 2018

11/30/2018 | By More
Advent Calendar 2018

  Soon it is Christmas again. The scent of (homemade) cookies and pine boughs fills the houses. Children are getting excited and are wondering what Santa will bring. To shorten the waiting time, we created an advent calendar. Every day you can download a worksheet that trains visual and spatial perception: tracing, coloring, right or […]

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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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The Christmas match game

12/03/2012 | By More
The Christmas match game

Today’s freebie contains a Christmas matching game. There are twice twenty cards which have to be matched. But take care and look carefully: The cards seem to be the same, but every card is different. This trains visual and spatial perception – important skills for reading, writing and calculating. DOWNLOAD MATCHING GAME Also: do not […]

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App: Crazy Copy

11/22/2012 | By More
App: Crazy Copy

  Crazy Copy is a variation on the ever famous Simon: listen to a sequence that gets longer and longer and try to remember it. This trains visual and acoustic sequencing – important skills for good reading, writing and calculating. The app is available for free for iphone, ipod touch and ipad. It is possible […]

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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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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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Tracing and drawing

11/12/2012 | By More
Tracing and drawing

Children love pictures from space. With today’s freebie they can trace a picture and then draw it into a grid. For those who are already good at drawing there is no grid. This kind of exercise is also good for children who tend to draw everything very small. DOWNLOAD

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Counting with monsters

11/05/2012 | By More
Counting with monsters

Many children with dyscalculia have difficulties with grasping amounts or with terms such as “less than…” or “more than…”. With today’s freebie this can be practiced within the number range until 10.  Children have to count and to compare monsters. However, according to the AFS-method, you should not just practice calculating skills, but also sensory […]

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“Ready, Set, Action!” Available soon at Amazon.com

10/11/2011 | By More
“Ready, Set, Action!” Available soon at Amazon.com

An Entertainment Fun Book for Parents of Dyslexic Pre-teens David Carlson Linda Davis-Kyle, Editor Foreword by Dr. Astrid Kopp-Duller, President of the Austrian Dyslexia Association “Ready, Set, Action! is destined to become not only a loyal friend to the parents of preteens challenged with dyslexia, but also it is hoped that it will be a […]

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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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