/Memory
  • Trigger/revision cards on ring-0 Trigger/revision cards on ring-0
    These blank cards on an openable robust 35mm ring, can be used to create a set of individualised trigger/revision cards for personal spellings/mnemonics, foreign language vocabulary, science/maths key facts/formulae et. etc.
  • Trigger cards coloured-0 Trigger cards coloured-0
    These hole -punched trigger/revision cards are produced in green, blue, orange, yellow and pink. Please state preference when ordering.
  • Rings (3)-0 Rings (3)-0
    These large 35mm rings usefully store and organise cards for individual pupils. Three rings are included for this price.
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    Memory and Learning-0 Memory and Learning-0

    Memory and Learning

    £25.99 £19.99
    Title: Memory and Learning
  • Months of the Year Resource-0 Months of the Year Resource-0
    This multi-sensory resource facilitates the teaching of the Months of the Year and their associated Seasons. It consists of a clock face, twelve colour coded, illustrated Months cards, and four Season cards also colour coded to match with the relevant months.
  • Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom-0 Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom-0
    The demands on children's memory in the classroom are high. The resources contained in this book include- A variety of photocopiable games and activities Extensive teaching notes A range of sample letters to parents/carers Essential information sheets Bespoke baseline assessment tools A detailed programme that can be run by a teaching assistant under the guidanceo f the SENCo
  • Trigger cards coloured-0 Trigger cards coloured-0
    These cards are useful for creating packs of memory hooks in all areas of the curriculum
  • Auditory Memory for Rhyming words in Sentences-521 Auditory Memory for Rhyming words in Sentences-521
    This fun deck aims to improve learners' listening and phonemic awareness skills with these 53 delightfully illustrated cards (38 short vowels and 15 long vowels). It also includes content cards and ideas for games.
  • Blue trigger card refill-0 Blue trigger card refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx. 40 cards.
  • Yellow trigger card refill-539 yellow trigger card
    This refill pack is playing card size and consistes of approx 40 cards. It's use requires a ring which can be purchased separately
  • This refill pack is playing card size and consists of approx 40 cards. It's use requires a ring which can be purchased separately.
  • Pink Trigger Card Refill-0 Pink Trigger Card Refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx 40 cards. Rings are sold separately
  • Green trigger card refill-0 Green trigger card refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx 40 cards. Rings are sold separately
  • Magenta trigger card refill-0 Magenta trigger card refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx 40 cards. Rings are sold separately
  • Orange trigger card Refill-0 Orange trigger card Refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx 40 cards. Rings are sold separately
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    The Learning Brain Memory and Brain Development in Children-584 The Learning Brain Memory and Brain Development in Children-584
    Torkel Klingberg MD PhD is one of the worlds leading cognitive neuroscientists but in this book he wears his erudition lightly, writing with simplicity and good humour as he shows us how to give our children the best chance to learn and grow. He focuses in particular on 'working memory' and provides us with a variety of different techniques and scientific results that may just teach us how to improve our children's working memories.
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    Working Memory & Learning-0 Working Memory & Learning-0
    Susan Gathercole & Tracy Packiam- Alloway provide a coherent overview of the role played by working memory in learning during the school years, and use theory to inform good practice. Topics covered include: .the link between working memory skills and key areas of learning( such as literacy and numeracy) .the relationship between working memory and children with developmental disorders .assessment of children with working memory difficulties .strategies for supporting working memory in under performing children
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    Thoughtful listening Grades 5-6-0 Thoughtful listening Grades 5-6-0
    This workbook by Ruth Snow is designed to teach listening skills and to provide practice in remembering and thinking about facts. The teacher reads a short story. The students listen and then complete an independent activity page which features memory exercises, vocabulary development and thinking skills.
  • Short-Term Memory Difficulties in Children-0 Short-Term Memory Difficulties in Children-0
    oanne Rudland is a practising speech and language therapist and her book provides a structured yet flexible approach to addressing the needs of children with short term memory difficulties. The book contains advice for teachers and parents; a baseline assessment and practical worksheets. Although primarily written for speech and language therapists, this book will prove useful in teaching and practising memory strategies for learning support assistants, teachers and anyone working with school aged children.
  • This pack consists of approximately 40 cards and its use requires the purchase of an additional ring.
  • These robust openable rings measure 35mm and are available in packs of 4.
  • The Differentiating for Inclusion series is designed to narrow the gap between children with SEND and their peers. Books in this series offer teachers helpful guidance in identifying both what children can already do and what specific targets they need support to achieve. The positive approach of structured, small step targets, together with activities for teaching these, will ensure that all children with SEND make accelerated progress. The books are all written by experienced practitioners. Target ladders: Working Memory and Auditor Processing , Kate Ruttle, addresses seven key areas of challenge for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties:
    • Auditory processing and exploring sound
    • Auditory processing for phonological development
    • Auditory processing for communication
    • Auditory memory
    • Visual spatial memory
    • Kinaesthetic memory
    • Memory, attention and organisation
    Helpful checklists and practical advice for creating classrooms suitable for children with working memory and auditory processing difficulties make this an ideal resource for the busy teacher.
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    This foam magnetic letters pack can be used with a magnetic board ( not supplied) to encourage children to make their own words. This set, for phase two of the 'Letters and Sounds' programme in school, can be used to help children segment and blend sounds into simple words. Once made they can practise writing their words on the board thus involving their motor memory for the words they have created.
  • Tony Buzen's Mind Maps for Kids was voted one of the top 10 revision guides. In this book Tony shows kids how quickly they can become masters of memory and champions of concentration with his breakthrough combination of learning tools and memory tips. These include Memory Movies, Number Rhyme and the king of them all, Mind Maps.
  • This board game features a wacky-looking cartoon monster in the centre of a cave; the surrounding stepping stones make a pathway on which children race their baby-monster tokens. The game is a combination of a standard roll-the-dice board game and a Concentration-style card game. Roll the die, and move your monster ahead on the pathway. The players move ahead by playing 'memory', trying to find the colour coded word cards that start with the same letter as the words on the board.  
  • This book by Tracy Packiam Alloway, explains how to spot problems early and how to work with children to improve their working memory, therefore increasing their chances of success in the classroom. It is packed full of practical strategies to use with students, but it also explains the theory behind those activities. Underpinned by rigorous research and written in a highly accessible style, this book will appeal to practitioners, parents and students as an essential guide to helping their students fulfil their maximum potential.
  • This clearly presented and highly illustrated book encourages creativity and shows teachers how to adopt and adapt a variety of learning strategies to suit different needs. Targeting learner in key stage 2 and upwards, this book brings a wealth of ideas to stimulate spelling success.
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    This is a little pocketful of strategies and study skills for motivating learners to register, retain, recall and revise with confidence and success. Tom Barwood aims to illustrate in a simple and practical fashion, some of the ways we learn. Just like any skill, learning to learn is something we need to keep practising, as there is no limit to how far this can be taken.
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    This special hardback issue, edited by Susan Gathercole ponders a detailed and contemporary analysis of the theoretical underpinning of short-term and working memory. Articles focus on short-term memory for phonological, semantic and spatial material, on executive function and on short-term forgetting.