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This is the third book of a series targeting concentration.

Attention promoting activities with a touch of fun, when applied interactively (one-to-one or in groups).

Can also function as independent work material.

An extra full amount of more than 400 pages with activities for forming/composing images in semantic categories groups/sets.

On boards with visual cues guidance, as non verbal directions.

* use glue to paste, no glue to just rest the image on the spot, laminate and blu- tack, hook and loop…


There are four different types of visual directions, in 4 parts of the book:

  1. COLOURS
  2. SHAPES
  3. NUMBERS
  4. BACKROUNDS/PATTERNS


Every part starts with the BOARDS where the images (each one x 5 times) will be placed accordingly to the visual direction.


The 4 boards of each part of the book have 40/35/30 and 25 spots/places for the images to sit, depending on the amount of concept nouns in a specifis semantic category: 8/7/6 or 5 (x 5 each).


The coloured in illustrations and symbols are presented by category on the same two pages each, next to the visual cue.

The categories that the images respond to are :

1 FRUITS

2 VEGETABLES

3 SWEETS

4 SALTY SNACKS

5 DRINKS

6 TOYS

7 PLAYGROUND

8 MUSIC INSTRUMENTS

9 ROOMS

10 FURNITURE

11 APPLIANCES

12 KITCHEN

13 BATHROOM

14 BEDROOM

15 LIVING ROOM

16 GARDEN

17 CLOTHES

18 OUTERWEAR

19 UNDERWEAR

20 FOOTWEAR

21 ACCESSORIES

22 MEDICINE

23 PEOPLE

24 PROFESSIONS

25 LAND ANIMALS

26 AIR ANIMALS

27 WATER ANIMALS

28 BUILDINGS

29 URBAN LOCATIONS

30 RURAL LOCATIONS

31 SCHOOL ITEMS

32 BEACH

33 PARTY

34 CINEMA

35 RESTAURANT

36 CAFE

37 WEATHER

38 SENSES

39 FEELINGS

40 SHAPES

There is a 5th part at the end of this multipack book with 2 empty boards and sets of category vocabulary following, WITHOUT VISUAL DIRECTION so you can make your own activities (verbally or with visual guidance).

Make your own boards with other visual elements (e.g, dots, letters etc) or by altering the images (e.g, drawing shapes around them, to make things more difficult or fun!)


5th part ALSO IDEAL FOR QUANTITY REPRESENTATION IN MATH WORD PROBLEMS AND BASIC OPERATIONS.


Enjoy progress!