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Alternating attention task for cognitive-linguistic communication - SLP Insights - Therapy Fix
Alternating attention task for cognitive-linguistic communication - SLP Insights - Therapy Fix

Alternating Attention Tasks

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Alternating attention tasks for cognitive-linguistic therapy: Our brain is frequently asked to alternate our attention from multiple points. For example, balancing a checkbook requires us to attend to both the pile of receipts and the ledger. Other examples include: listening to someone talk while taking notes; reading a recipe while cooking a meal; talking to a friend while filling a water bottle. This task is meant to challenge your brain to alternate between two different things at the same time.

Challenge #1: Connect the dots by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the colors listed on the left side of the page.

Challenge #2: Connect the dots by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the colors listed on the left side of the page. Connect them in numerical order. For example, start with the blue dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the green dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the grey dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the blue dot with a 2 in it, etc.

Digital edition is $5.

Print+Digital edition is $10 and includes immediate access to the digital file plus 20 color copies delivered to your mailbox.

TECH SPECS: Digital download. 2 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 2.3 MB.