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We’ve grouped together several worksheets designed around exercises that may help improve verbal memory recall.
We use verbal memory recall every day. Some individuals may have weaker verbal memory recall because of a stroke, brain injury, medication, or trauma. We hope that by using these worksheets, you can exercise your patient’s memory, language, and working memory skills. These activities may work well with individuals who have aphasia or apraxia.
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We use our memory recall skills every day. Whether it is to remember where we placed our keys or recall information from a conversation, we are constantly using our memory recall skills. This packet aims to help individuals improve their memory function by stimulating different cognitive functions involved with memory recall.
We opened this packet with several The Right Count exercises. We included these types of activities as a way to warm up visual recognization skills and executive function sorting skills. After your patient’s visual cortex is warmed up. They will have to use their spatial memory in an Object, Where are You series of exercises. There are two ways to present the next tasks. Option one is to reud the voicemail to your patient out loud and engage their auditory process skills before they answer the questions. Or you can allow them to read the section to themselves. Both of these activities will warm up their verbal memory skills. The last section of this packet is a printed version of Around the World in 80 Trips. This exercise uses all of the previous skills to challenge your patient’s memory recall skills.
The interactive and sometimes challenging tasks in this packet are an excellent resource for your memory activity collection. Working on the memory activities in this packet may improve your patient’s memory recall ability. We recommend this packet for Teens, individuals looking for memory activities, and seniors.
Included inside: 38 worksheets and bridging questions.
Counting down the New Year just got fun with this printable version of our digital exercise, The Right Count. Your patient’s Executive Functions may just be fully engaged with these worksheets. Your patient will have to read a box of numbers, remember where odd and even numbers are, and then sort them according to the instructions. This packet will progressively get more challenging as the quantity of numbers increases and the gaps become larger. For added challenges, try using a timer and see how long your patient takes to complete this task.
We hope your patients will enjoy this New Years themed packet! Perfect for warm-up, groups, non-English speakers, and children learning numbers.
Included: 12 worksheets, answer key, and bridging questions.
A wintery wonderland fills the pages of this holiday-influenced language-based worksheets packet. Your patient’s verbal memory will be engaged with this fun Split Word influence packet. This packet will progressively get harder as the puzzles continue. What may seem as easy will soon become tough as the fragments of words become more, and the hints become less. We hope your patients will enjoy this holiday-themed packet! It will be great to use as a warm-up or in a group setting!
This packet is great for kids learning how to spell, adults working on language recall, and anyone who wants to engage their brains.
Included: 9 worksheets and bridging questions.
Verbal Focus and Recall are the focus of this fun packet of worksheets. Your patients will have 35 unique pages of language-based exercises that may help with these skills. This packet will start by warming up their attention and sorting skills with some fun Private Eye and Hurray for Change exercises. After they complete those two segments, the harder verbal focus and recall exercises will begin. Your patient will decode a box of letters to find what word is embroidered within the grid. Verbal attention and verbal recall are challenged with these Embroidery exercises. Lastly, your patient will have to solve some Writing in the Stars exercises. Writing in the Stars will challenge your patient’s verbal processing, verbal attention, and verbal planning skills.
We recommend this packet for kids aged 8+ and individuals who want to work on their verbal skills.
Included inside: 35 worksheets and bridging questions.
We simultaneously use visual-spatial and attention skills when packing a backpack or looking for our favorite snack in the fridge. Some individuals may have weaker visual-spatial attention skills because of a brain injury, medication, or trauma. We hope that by using these worksheets, you can exercise your patient’s visual-spatial, attention, and working memory skills.
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Bundles are a great way to buy more but for a discount. If you were to buy all of these packets separately, you would pay more than $65+. Because we’ve bundled it, you’re getting an instant saving of over 20%!
What’s included inside: Instant PDF downloads of 5 packets and one mini or 82 unique worksheets.
Semantic (category) fluency and letter (phonemic) fluency are the focus of this worksheet packet. Displaced Characters is the first exercise. Your patient will have to read words on one side of the paper and figure out which word is missing on the other side. This game increases in difficulty when your patient has to do this with an entire sentence. Next, your patient will have to figure out what fragments of words can create full words in our printed version of Split Words. The following exercise in this worksheet packet is Decipher. Your patient will have to decipher these very long quotes from famous people. But don’t worry, we’ve given your patients hints. The last exercise works specifically on semantic or category fluency. Your patient will have to sort lists of words into categories.
This packet is excellent for elementary school students and children with reading disabilities. Individuals who have aphasia or have experienced a decline in verbal functioning skills may also find this packet enjoyable.
Included inside: 25 worksheets and bridging questions.
Who can it be now? In this hybrid packet, your patient will have the opportunity to listen to numerous voicemails and answer questions regarding them. This will challenge both your patient’s auditory processing, working memory, and attention skills. The packet starts easy and then progresses as the voicemail becomes longer and the questions become harder.
Challenge your patient’s visual scanning and semantic memory in this mini packet! Your client must scan the letter grid to determine what word is hidden within the grid. These worksheets are printable versions of our digital exercise, Embroidery. As your client progresses, the hints will decrease, and the difficulty of the words will increase. This entire packet is around the theme of objects found within the ocean.
This packet will be great for individuals looking to challenge their ability to use their visual scanning ability and draw information and conclude what words are presented. Use this within your post-stroke support groups, inside of your classrooms of middle schoolers, or as an earth day activity to do with your patients.
Include inside: 10 worksheets, answer keys, and bridging questions.
Challenge your patient’s ability to visually break apart words and deductively place them on the chart. Based on our digital exercise, Writing in the Stars, this packet is a great way to challenge your patient’s deductive spatial reasoning skills! Clients must determine which word could fit in which space on the star. At first, some of the charts come prefilled. Eventually, there will not be any assistance, and your patient has to choose words from the word bank. The progression of the packet increases slightly. The goal is that by the end of the exercise, your patient will feel more confident using their deductive skills. We love this exercise in our digital tool. If your patients enjoy this packet, they will love playing this activity digitally.
This packet is great for students ages 12 and older. Individuals looking for fun brain deductive spatial reasoning activities will enjoy the challenges within these pages. Additionally, we hope your patients will enjoy using this packet in a session with you or as part of their home exercises.
Included inside: 4 worksheets and bridging questions.