Tag: learning

Dyslexia and Learning

02/12/2014 | By More
Dyslexia and Learning

Some time ago we shared Lenka’s story on “A DYSLEXIA STORY – Early signs of dyslexia“. Her story continues and it shows never to give up and to focus on the strenghts and talents of dyslexic children. Read the story on Lenka’s blog Picture: © Lenka Vodicka – http://lenkaland.com/dyslexia-and-learning/

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I wonder what it’s like to be dyslexic by Sam Barclay

11/02/2013 | By More
I wonder what it’s like to be dyslexic by Sam Barclay

A beautiful, design led experience of what it feels like to struggle with reading. Introduction People all over the world struggle with reading for a variety of reasons, including dyslexia, lack of education and an unfamiliar language to name a few. People with reading difficulty are often capable of thinking in ways that others aren’t […]

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Book Launch: Dyslexia: Time for Talent – The Ultimate Guide for Parents and Children – Early Years to University by Carolina Fröhlich

10/31/2013 | By More
Book Launch: Dyslexia: Time for Talent – The Ultimate Guide for Parents and Children – Early Years to University by Carolina Fröhlich

Book Launch: Dyslexia: Time for Talent – The Ultimate Guide for Parents and Children – Early Years to University by Carolina Fröhlich London-born and living in Surrey, Carolina Fröhlich is a successful published author, international speaker and educational consultant to parents and schools in the United Kingdom and British International Schools worldwide on dyslexia. Carolina […]

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Robots – drawing and mirroring

04/29/2013 | By More
Robots – drawing and mirroring

Today’s freebie offers you various robots and a spacecraft. Children have to draw these into the grid, mirror them or make them smaller or bigger. Children are counting, comparing up and down and left and right. This trains attention, eye-hand-coordination and visual and spatial perception – important skills for reading, writing and calculating. DOWNLOAD Check […]

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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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Wordtoons

02/02/2013 | By More
Wordtoons

Anyone who can write, can draw. That is Wayne Logue‘s motto. He has developed Wordtoons. You start with a word and turn it into a cartoon. Wordtoons are funny, inspiring, and promote creativity. See for yourself and then go get those sharpies and start writing/drawing:  

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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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App: Con-nect

12/06/2012 | By More
App: Con-nect

  Con-nect is a simple and addictive puzzle game based on Arukone. The difference is that Con-nect is three-dimensional! 3D is not only more fun, but it also helps you to develop good spatial and visual perception. Like Arukone, there are only two rules 1.Connect all pairs. 2.Fill the whole cube. Con-nect is available for […]

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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: Tring

11/29/2012 | By More
App: Tring

Tring breaks the mold of the traditional sliding puzzle you know and love. Ready to challenge yourself with an additional angle? The sliding blocks now interact on a three-axis triagonal grid with the goal of getting the highlighted blocks to the designated end position. With this new axis, blocks can slide and push each other […]

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