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What's Your Word Card Set

What's Your Word Card Set

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Part Number:WORDGAME
This card deck of double-sided letter cards has endless possibilities for use – spelling words, writing names, fill-in-the-blank words, and more. There is at least one letter card for every letter of the alphabet; more commonly used letters have more cards. Each card has an indicator label in the corner, telling the letter on the reverse side. A quick reference key is also included. Cards are oversized (3.5" X 5") for easier viewing and handling. Set includes 53 letter cards and 2 instruction cards for ideas of use, including ideas for both higher and lower functioning levels. Consider for all MindStart activity levels.
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Diversional Therapist
I used the card set with end-stage dementia residents in a large group setting. The activity ended up being like a group game of Scrabble. I had each person choose a card -"Pick a card, any card" - like a magic trick, and I kept an eye on making sure there were enough vowels. I placed these on a whiteboard shelf and then we found as many words as possible from the chosen cards, which I wrote on the whiteboard. I found that it worked really well and the residents really engaged with it. Some weren't quite up to the task but were very happy to sit and listen, laugh, even throw in words which weren't relevant. When lunchtime was announced the "Duchess" commented that "we were just starting to have fun". Which I found very reassuring. I think sight-words are still within their long-term memory ready to be plucked and given an airing.
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Reviewed by:  from NSW, Australia. on 3/1/2016
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5 Stars
Great tool!
These are nice quality cards, with a great variety of different letters. They provide good stimulation for Mom who has dementia. Sometimes she can create her own words, other times we create words and have her "fill in the blank" missing letters, depending on her level of comprehension that day. It's pretty easy to get creative once you get going. This card set provides lots of flexibility for activities of varying degrees of difficulty...great for good and bad dementia days!
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Reviewed by:  from Spotsylvania. on 2/22/2019
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