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Two choices but only one heart! Let kids discover how to check out choices so that they can pick the best one. Click here to download the PDF...

For the perception and coordination challenged folks mazes can be daunting, so here are some easy ones to get their feet wet and realize it can be fun! Give us your creations and we can give you points in exchange. Let's do this all together and...

Cutting, assembling, and pasting fun is done with this simple Penguin task. You can use markers or colored paper and the template is ready for you to print and enjoy. This tool can help understanding Parts-to-whole as well as visual motor skills. Click here to download the...

Winter wonderlands are fun to celebrate. This visual motor task can build coordination, thought organization, impulse control, bilateral integration, visual and auditory processing, and speech skills. It all depends on how you choose to use it. SUPPLIES: colored construction paper, white paint, scissors, glue, and a...

Think maps are a wonderful tool often used in the school setting to help organize thoughts on a subject or analyze and compare 2 or more items. Place what is similar to both pictures in the overlapping portion of the circles. Write down what is different...

Sometimes a visual chart helps encourage speech practice. It can also be used to motivate and record kids fixing errors in written work. They can color each item every time they find an error or write a letter correctly.   Click here to download the PDF...