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This Volume of Prisms maze was the perfect review worksheet!  Both my 7th grade math student and my 8th grade math students enjoyed this review worksheet activity.  I will definitely be using this again every year when I teach my geometry unit on Volume of prisms.

By the end of the activity students should be able to apply their knowledge on volume to finish the maze

Introducing Dritz Espadrilles DIY Shoemaking Products - how cute are these, and they come in toddler sizes too!!!!

Introducing Dritz Espadrilles DIY Shoemaking Products - how cute are these, and they come in toddler sizes too!

Bunnicula and Homonyms Freebie --> love this post on @Carolyn Wilhelm, NBCT, Wise Owl Factory about a fab book with super paired activity! #weteach

Bunnicula and Homonyms Freebie --> love this post on Rafaelian Rafaelian Rafaelian Wilhelm, NBCT, Wise Owl Factory about a fab book with super paired activity!

Lernstübchen: visuelle Wahrnehmung

Lernstübchen: visuelle Wahrnehmung

Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words.  Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors

Word Recognition: Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words. Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors

Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words.  Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors

Word Recognition: Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words. Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors

Great chart for visual attention. Student has to find A, 1, B, 2, C, 3 and so on to Z, 26. Was really hard for some students. Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult. See this blog post to learn how to do peripheral taps. http://nashvillevisiontherapy.blogspot.com/2013/07/work-that-peripheral-vision.html

visual attention/perception: find A, B, C, 3 and so on to Z, Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult.

Great visual perceptual resources at Visual Learning For Life site…

This worksheet activity will require a child to use visual perceptual skills to differentiate between the groups of letters to find which ones match the one at the top.