Textured Touch and Trace NumbersTextured Touch and Trace Numbers



Help students identify numbers 1-30 and learn to correctly print them with these textured tracing cards.

Author: Key Education

Publisher: Key Education Publishing Company

ISBN: 1933052619

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Help students identify numbers 1-30 and learn to correctly print them with these textured tracing cards. Green dots show where to begin tracing and red dots show where to stop. Directional arrows teach correct number formation. Each set includes 30 textured number cards (4.25" x 5.5" each), multisensory activities for number-sound recognition, and instructions in English, Spanish, and French.

Integrating Math Into the Early Childhood ClassroomIntegrating Math Into the Early Childhood Classroom



Children repeat what they have heard , and then report that number . Trace - and
- Touch Numerals Tracing large , textured numerals helps children form number
shapes on their own . 1 . On large oaktag squares , write numerals ( one per ...

Author: Joan D. Martin

Publisher: Teaching Resources

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131694601

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Page: 128

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Quick activities and strategies that build math skills, concepts, and vocabulary into classroom routines, learning centers, outdoor games, and more.

Surface Texture Versus SkiddingSurface Texture Versus Skidding



The design of texture as we shall see should therefore be undertaken with the
objective of minimizing wear while, ... or roundedness, or a combination of both in
varying degrees, and we commonly identify this characteristic by the touch or ...
Usually a square inch of the paper is marked off with a border as shown, and the
number of points appearing within can ... The square root of the areal density
gives the linear density, which can also be observed directly from the
profilometric trace.

Author: Jerry G. Rose

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN:

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Page: 150

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Neuropsychological AssessmentNeuropsychological Assessment



Quality Extinction Test ( QET ) ( A.S. Schwartz , Marchok , and Flynn , 1977 )
Dissatisfaction with the number of patients with ... In this test , after becoming
familiarized by sight and touch with an assortment of different surface textures (
e.g. , wire mesh ... The examiner can use bits of cloth , wire screening ,
sandpaper , etc. , for texture discrimination ( Varney , 1986 ) . ... technique of
tracing letters or numbers on the palms of the subject's hands is also used in
neurological examinations .

Author: Professor of Neurology Psychiatry and Neurosurgery Muriel D Lezak

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195111214

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This revised text provides coverage of research and clinical practice in neuropsychology. The 4th edition contains new material on tests, assessment techniques, neurobehavioral disorders, and treatment effects.

Unicorns are RealUnicorns are Real



Any heavily textured material may be used . Write a ... Have each child trace the
word with the pointing finger of the dominant hand . ... Have the children hold the
textured letters or numbers behind their backs and identify them by touch only .

Author: Barbara Meister Vitale

Publisher: Creative Parenting/Creative Te

ISBN: UOM:39015005737211

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Page: 118

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Offers a different approach to teaching learning-disabled children phonics, math, writing, music, and problem solving

Preparing for the Occupational Therapy National Board Exam 45 Days and CountingPreparing for the Occupational Therapy National Board Exam 45 Days and Counting



The OT uses a dull-pointed pencil to trace letters, numbers, or geometric figures
on the fingertips or palms of the client's ... for example rubbing textured materials
or clothing against the client's skin during dressing (Cooper & Canyock, 2013; ...
Localization of moving touch tends to return before localization of constant touch.

Author: Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781284072457

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Preparing for the Occupational Therapy National Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting, Second Edition is a comprehensive overview for occupational therapist students preparing to take the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) OTR exam. It utilizes a well-received health and wellness focus and includes tips and self-assessment forms to develop effective study habits. Unlike other OTR examination review guides, this text chooses to provide a more structured and holistic approach, including a detailed calendar and plan of study for the 45 days leading up to the exam.

The Remediation of Learning DisabilitiesThe Remediation of Learning Disabilities



SAMPLE PROGRAM Project A involves blindfolding the child who then places
his feet in different wet - texture boxes , identifies material , makes basic forms
and ... The second phase is blindfolded identification and tracing of letter and
number symbols . ... Touch Alphabet - Object Boards , Touch Numbers Board ,
My Guide to Safety Tactile Materials , Touch Incorporated , P . O . Box 5385 ,
Reno , Nev .

Author: Robert E. Valett

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015005244762

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Page: 242

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Preparing for The Occupational Therapy Assistant National Board Exam 45 Days and CountingPreparing for The Occupational Therapy Assistant National Board Exam 45 Days and Counting



The OT practitioner uses a dull-pointed pencil to trace letters, numbers, or
geometric figures on the fingertips or palms of the client's hand. ... desensitization
into routines, for example, rubbing textured materials or clothing against the
client's skin during dressing (Cooper & Canyock, 2013; Theis, 2014). ... Having
the client touch the area that the OT practitioner touches can also increase
awareness.

Author: Rosanne Dizazzo-Miller

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9781284072358

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Page: 672

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Preparing for the Occupational Therapy Assistant Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting provides a comprehensive overview for occupational therapy assistant students preparing to take the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) exam. Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Preferred Access that unlocks a complete eBook, Study Center, Homework and Assessment Center, Navigate 2 TestPrep with over 500 practice questions.

Handbook of Cross Cultural NeuropsychologyHandbook of Cross Cultural Neuropsychology



In addition , two - point texture and weight discriminations require cortical
analysis . ... Tactile perception is the evaluation of the basic ability to detect light
touch to the back of either hand or to hand and face simultaneously , along with ...
Testing is carried out by tracing numbers or letters on the palm of the hand or
fingertips .

Author: Elaine Fletcher-Janzen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0306463237

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Page: 375

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Historically, relatively few investigations in neuropsychology have been sensitive to the analysis of cultural variables. This handbook will assist the neuropsychologist interested in cultural competence and help increase understanding of the link between cultural competence in assessment and intervention and good treatment outcomes. The handbook authors provide an in-depth discussion of the current status of multicultural training in neuropsychology; specific information on diverse groups (age, gender, ethnicity, etc.), assessment instruments, and clinical populations (HIV infected, seizure disorders, brain injuries); and unique analysis of immigration patterns, forensics, and psychopharmacology. This volume is the first to summarize the cultural data available in neuropsychology. A valuable resource for clinical neuropsychologists, school psychologists and rehabilitation professionals.

Carini and Owens Neurological and Neurosurgical NursingCarini and Owens Neurological and Neurosurgical Nursing



Sensory evaluation Method Points to evaluate Type Primary forms of sensation
Superficial tactile Touch hands , forearms , trunk , thigh ... Texture discrim With
eyes remaining closed , place common ination objects , for example , burlap , silk
, or cotton in patient ' s hand . ... Graphesthesia With blunt end of cotton applicator
, trace numbers and letters on palms of patient ' s hands or other body parts .

Author: Esta Carini

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015000314727

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Page: 640

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Stray FeathersStray Feathers



In shape , the eggs are nearly spherical , and in texture , the shell is smooth to the
touch and tolerably glossy . ... + The numbers following the names are the
general list numbers . ... found of this species ; some eggs of fasciatus are quite
as nearly pure white ; even in oreskios , some eggs show only a trace of the ivory
tinge .

Author: Allan Octavian Hume

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044093261741

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The Classic American Quilt CollectionThe Classic American Quilt Collection



Hand and machine quilting add touch - me texture in a comfortable blending of
old and new . Cutting Chart Borders ... If you trace the blocks by hand , be sure to
copy the numbers , as they indicate the piecing order for the block . You may also
 ...

Author: Karen Costello Soltys

Publisher: Rodale Books

ISBN: 0875966853

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Page: 122

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An ideal "textbook" for learning to make classic, cozy Schoolhouse quilts. From the charming Honeymoon Cottage to the paper-pieced Eclectic Neighborhood, this volume offers 11 projects & a variety of quick-&-easy techniques.

Handbook of Developmental DisabilitiesHandbook of Developmental Disabilities



Withdrawal to pinprick ( or touch ) due to isolated distal spinal cord reflex activity
may be mistaken for a voluntary response in children with spinal cord dysfunction
. ... This assesses haptic recognition , or the ability to feel and recognize what is
grasped using clues from the texture ... circle or cross on the palm and by age
eight years by the traditional method of tracing numbers in the palm for
identification .

Author: Lisa A. Kurtz

Publisher: Aspen Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015037414631

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Page: 692

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This multi-authored sourcebook is a quick yet comprehensive reference for any professional providing pediatric services including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, special educators, physicians, nurses, social workers, and psychologists. Material is presented in the form of easy-to-read outlines, flowsheets, protocols, graphs, tables, and checklists. A resource section listing professional organizations, disability agencies, parent groups, hotlines, and other sources for obtaining further information is provided.

Children with Learning DisabilitiesChildren with Learning Disabilities



4 . Feeling temperatures . Fill small jars with water to touch as a way of teaching
warm , hot , and cold . 5 . ... Trace designs , numbers , or letters on the child ' s
palm . Ask him to reproduce or to ... feeling their shape and texture . Use a variety
of ...

Author: Janet W. Lerner

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin School

ISBN: UOM:49015000445693

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Page: 442

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A broad examination of current knowledge concerning children's learning disabilities with emphasis on the development of teaching strategies. Glossary. Bibliogs

Whole Language Literature Activities for Young ChildrenWhole Language Literature Activities for Young Children



Riddles • Number Song • Dot Pictures • Clothespin Math • Making Numbers ·
Touch and Name • Telephone Time • Estimating ... Top It • Textured Shapes •
Share a Shape • Shape Structures • Scavenger Hunt • Sizable Shapes •
Suggested Home Activities Related Literature . ... Tracing • Opposite Book •
Opposite Snacks • Opposite Changes • Open Close Them • Path Trace • Far and
Near • Empty and Full ...

Author: Mary A. Sobut

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: UVA:X002332156

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Page: 418

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This all-in-one resource uses current & classic works to foster a love of reading & promote developmental skills. Some 15-25 suggested activities for each of 50 children's books range from making predictions to finger plays to cooperative learning.

Neuropsychological AssessmentNeuropsychological Assessment



The patient closes his eyes and is asked to recognize by touch such common
objects as a coin , a paper clip , a pencil , or key . Each hand is ... The examiner
can use bits of cloth , wire screening , sandpaper , etc . , for texture discrimination
. Organically ... SKIN WRITING The technique of tracing letters or numbers on the
palms of the subject ' s hands is also used in neurological examinations . Rey (
1965 ) ...

Author: Muriel Deutsch Lezak

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015036527268

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Page: 768

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Significant new insights and research findings about brain-behavior relationships, neurological disorders, neurodiagnostic issues, and neuropsychological assessment procedures are incorporated into the third edition of Neuropsychological Assessment. Preliminary chapters present the principles necessary for a patient-oriented, personalized, hypothesis-testing approach to neuropsychological assessment. The subsequent chapters contain nearly all of the tests and assessment techniques covered in the previous editions plus many additional ones, including newly developed neuropsychological tests, tests from other branches of psychology, research techniques that have only recently been introduced into clinical neuropsychology, tests originating in Europe and elsewhere, and a few measures as yet untried by neuropsychologists. In a reorganization designed to meet current thinking and assessment procedures, tests originally offered in prepackaged batteries are now presented within their appropriate functional domains. For example, individual memory tests -- whether developed singly or for use in a commercial battery -- are discussed in the chapter on memory tests, while a new chapter deals with memory batteries, questionnaires, and inventories. A separate chapter reviews prepackaged and commercial test batteries used for general-purpose neuropsychological assessment, but the individual tests from these batteries are treated elsewhere according to the salient functions they examine. Following chapters on observational measurement techniques and on measures of personality and emotional status, the concluding chapter presents an array of techniques that have been used to identify motivational problems and malingering.