Worksheets for all areas of cognition.
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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.
In this hybrid packet, your patient will become an international tourist traveling around the world. They will explore Sydney, Australia, New York City, USA, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In this packet, they will have to watch and recall the places and locations of each attraction they visited. This exercise will engage your patient’s visual-spatial memory and verbal memory recall. This printed adaption of An American in Paris may spark fun conversation around each place they visited in this activity.
This packet will be great for anyone who is working on visual-spatial memory. This packet is great for all ages! No language is involved! Try it in your classroom, in a group, or one-on-one today!
Included: 6 worksheets and bridging questions.
In this hybrid packet, three types of stimuli (a letter, a red leaf, and a white pumpkin) will appear one after the other at different spots anywhere on the screen. This exercise will engage your patient’s processing speed and spatial memory. It will also help to determine how quickly your patient can recall whether the white pumpkin appears above or below the red leaf. This packet will be great for group warm-ups, working on visual attention and spatial memory. You can make this packet as easy or as hard as you would like either. Try slowing down the video, replaying it several times, or speeding it up to increase or decrease the challenge. The potential use of this packet is endless.
This packet is great for all ages! No language is involved!
Included: 3 worksheets, each activity will last at least 5 minutes a page, bridging questions, and an answer key.
Download this memory-centered action-packed packet! Your patient will have 32 unique pages filled with memory exercises with 6 pages focused on visual attention worksheets. (Yes, you read that right, we snuck in a little visual attention). We did theme this packet to have a cozy autumn feeling. We hope your patient will see how this packet will help them bridge cognitive rehabilitation therapy to real-life activities.
Displaced images will challenge your patient’s ability to see the differences between pumpkins and other autumn-themed items. Shapes and Colors may stimulate your patient’s ability to remember objects and their shapes in a mess of items. I Remember You may help your patient be able to recognize the names of the baristas at their favorite cafes. Heraldry will be the final challenge. Not only will they have to remember the shapes, colors, and patterns of mugs, but they will have to do that AFTER they sort a list of words or numbers. We hope your patients will enjoy exploring everything this packet offers.
We recommend this packet for kids aged 6+, individuals who want to work on their working memory, and anyone who loves an excellent fall-themed cognitive activity.
If your patient’s favorite season is fall or autumn, this packet is for them. Our cognitive flexibility exercise, Hurray for Change, takes on a fall seasonally apparel. Work on your patient’s cognitive flexibility or ability to switch between different stimuli to create a path connecting both sets of stimuli as fast and as smoothly as possible. The lower levels of this packet will require your patient to connect items numerically or alphabetically. This will be great for individuals who are learning to read or want to improve their letter and word categorization. The upper levels will change your patient’s ability to switch between numerical and language stimuli. Executive function, language comprehension, and working memory are all challenged in this mini packet.
This packet is great for all ages! Everyone can and should work on their cognitive flexibility, regardless of age. Try using this with your patients with aphasia and ask them to read out each word.
Included: 9 worksheets, bridging questions, and an answer key.
Our digital exercise Gulf Streams challenges your patient’s memory, visual attention skills, and process speed. This print version will challenge your patient’s short-term memory and visual attention skills. In this packet, your patient will have to learn the names of and what they look like of different fish to be successful with this packet. They will then have to count and study a tank full of fish. Finally, they will have to answer questions about the tank, the fish, and the environment. This packet has endless amounts of opportunities to play well beyond our packet.
This packet is great for all ages! Your senior patients will love the challenge, your pediatric patients will love the fish, and you will enjoy giving out this fun-filled packet.
Included: 7 worksheets, bridging questions, and an answer key.
Memory and attention work together in the brain to form the basis of our cognitive abilities. In this mini packet, you will have to listen to birds sing a song and complete noise-related tasks. This mini packet will work on your auditory processing, attention, and memory skills.
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.
Let’s go to the beach! In this packet, your patient will engage their working and visual memory and attention with a fun twisted-printed version of Heraldry. Your patient will have to study a towel, sort some numbers, and then recreate the towel. This packet will be an excellent tool for your students returning from summer break—clients who will be going on a trip or if they love the beach.
In this bridging workbook, go on a grocery shopping trip. Categorize the items you must buy, calculate your grocery bill and budget, and navigate a grocery store in this first-ever functional bridging packet. After completing this packet, try grocery shopping and see how you can become a more efficient and effective shopper!
Does your patient struggle to memorize and focus on comprehending visual information? This packet will test and engage your patient’s visual memory and attention skills. In this packet, your patient will start with a simple chunking exercise, where they must remember the shapes on the grid. Once completed, your patient’s attention skills will be next for stimulation. They will have to pay attention to details as they figure out which item doesn’t belong and find the one icon in a mess of different icons in the private eye exercise. After that, they will have to carefully count the number of ladybugs found on the pages in a print version of catch the ladybug. This version of catch the ladybug will challenge their memory and attention. Lastly, the packet will challenge them to recall designs on a shield from memory in Heraldry.
Can you remember a shopping list? What about the locations of different items on that list? Sharpen your verbal memory skills with this word and spatial memorization task! This exercise focuses on executive functioning skills such as working memory, attention and task initiation!