Occupational therapists can now work with new worksheets to improve processing speed for children. Hungry animals is NeuronUP's new activity for improving attention in children.
Children must be able to deduce whether the animals will be able to get to the food from which they are separated by different obstacles. That is, the patients have to determinate the position (in /out) of different figures in relation to others.
The main cognitive function that this worksheet works is processing speed. Patients also improve visuospatial skills.
Hungry animals has an adult version on the platform called In or Out. As in the children’s version, in In or Out the adults have to determine the position (in /out) of different figures in relation to others.
The adult version also improves processing speed and visuospatial skills.
Hungry animals is not the only worksheet to improve processing speed in children. We have already created several exercises to work this cognitive function with kids. Here are some examples:
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