Tag: perception

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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Christmas calendar 2014

11/27/2014 | By More
Christmas calendar 2014

Still a couple of days and it is that time of the year again: Waiting for christmas! To shorten the time we created a calendar. Every day you can download a freebie which trains your child’s skills for reading, writing and calculating: puzzles, finding pairs, coloring templates and much more! On December 1st 2014 the […]

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Symbol sudokus for children

01/29/2014 | By More
Symbol sudokus for children

Sudokus are everywhere: in about every shop to buy and on the internet as free printables or to play online . So why another post about sudokus? Because it is not easy to find good sudokus for children and it is even less easy to find sudokus with symbols. Worksheetworks.com, however, offers a free symbol […]

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Animals and objects

01/15/2014 | By More
Animals and objects

A cold rainy day? Still 10 minutes to fill? Children with special educational needs? You simply cannot have enough worksheets. That’s why we offer you a file (24 pages) with animals and objects: searching, tracing, drawing, colouring, memory – all for free, of course! The exercices train attention, visual and spatial perception. DOWNLOAD We hope […]

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Open your ears!

01/08/2014 | By More
Open your ears!

The American Dyslexia Association offers a different educational approach to help people with dyslexia and dyscalculia. This approach is called the AFS-Method, which is a multi-sensory method to help people who have difficulties with reading, writing and / or calculating. The “F” stands for “Function” which means the different sensory perceptions you need to learn […]

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Mazes

11/27/2013 | By More
Mazes

Mazes have always fascinated humanity. Think about the Cretan Labyrinth from Greek mythology. But even today mazes are very popular. In “The Goblet of Fire” Harry Potter has to go through a maze in order to win the Triwizard Tournament. Once Harry finds the way through the maze things turn out completey different than was […]

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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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Visual sequencing

10/16/2013 | By More
Visual sequencing

Visual sequencing is the ability to organize visual impressions in a certain order. This is an important prerequisite for good writing, reading and arithmetic. Children who have difficulties with visual sequencing often exchange letters while writing or have difficulties with writing down numbers. Today we are offering a freebie containing various exercises to train visual […]

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App: Phonetic Birds

07/02/2013 | By More
App: Phonetic Birds

Finding good programs and worksheets to train acoustical perception is difficult. So we were very happy when we discovered the app “Phonetic Birds” in the app store. This app is designed to assist in improving audio discrimination and memory-sequencing. In 4 playfull mini games the player has to find pairs of birds, mimic melodies and […]

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MonsterZ – Rows and tracing

07/01/2013 | By More
MonsterZ – Rows and tracing

Today’s freebie contains monsters waiting to be colored and traced. Look carefully and complete the rows using the correct colors. Trace the monsters in different colors. There are also monstercards to trace. Children can create a memory out of these cards – simply print them twice – or use them for other games. Have fun! […]

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