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After you learn some of these methods, try to memorize a list of words. Print out or download any of these mazes:. I use a simple adaptation of this game.
Don't let your subject get too far away from the object and don't let your subject bump into anything dangerous, but let your subject find the object without too much help. Cindy B, Michigan, US.
Write a story about a trip to the grocery store.
Then introduce shape forms with patterning or random colors. You can see some samples in the Resource section at the bottom of this page. Immediately ask your partner to write down the numbers he or she remembers.
Print out or download any of these mazes: Figure-Ground Perception Activities. This technique involves reinforcing each behavior that looks like the final act you want. Cloth or towel to cover the tray Paper and pencils for your subjects to write down what they remember What's Missing Grades K-6 This experiment is a variation of the previous experiment to test short term memory.
Motor Learning Grades 3-12 Use this easy-to-build device to test motor learning. Do you see a pattern? Visual Discrimination Activities.
This type of experiment provides evidence that there are 2 types of memory processes. Ask them to remember where objects are located in the room. Deck of playing cards Stopwatch Shape Up! What would happen if you tested the same subject the next day?
Visual Memory: Try it with less time.
If you are at all concerned about your child's memory skills, please seek a professional opinion. Calculate the percent of recall for each word. If you suspect your child has visual perceptual delays, please seek a professional opinion. Recent Articles.