Exercise Glossary

Fine Motor Skills

Beginner

Puzzles – 3 Pieces

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action/skill of building a Puzzle and precision placement. The child must point to a piece, slide the piece, and then place the piece into the correct place on the puzzle. They must put all of the pieces into the correct places and complete the puzzle to move on to the next trial.

Sliding – Clean Up the Items

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Sliding on the device. The child should hold their finger on each item to select it, then slide their finger over the box and release the item into the box. They must put all of the items into the box to move on to the next trial.

Pointing – Pop the Balloons

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Pointing on the device. The child should point and release their finger on each balloon to pop the balloon. The balloons will get smaller as the exercise progresses. Once all balloons are either popped or have left the window the exercise will go on to the next trial.

Rubbing – Shear the Sheep

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Rubbing on the device. The child should put their finger on the sheep and a shaver will appear. The child will then rub the wool on the sheep and it will shave the sheep. They must shave all of the wool off of the sheep to move on to the next trial.

Pinching – Squeeze the Fruit

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Pinching on the device. The child should use two fingers to squeeze each of the fruit on the table until they juice. There will be a total of 7 fruit showing at once and a total of 10 in the trial. Once all of the fruit have been squeezed the exercise will go on to the next trial.

 

Intermediate

Puzzles – 5 Pieces

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action/skill of building a Puzzle and precision placement. The child must point to a piece, slide the piece, and then place the piece into the correct place on the puzzle. They must put all of the pieces into the correct places and complete the puzzle to move on to the next trial.

Tracing – Draw Shapes

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Tracing. The child will put their finger on the circle at the beginning of the shape and trace the outline of the shape. A drawn line will follow their finger. They must trace the entire shape and finish the outline to move on to the next trial.

Sliding/Dropping – Pick the Fruit

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action of Sliding while also teach them to understand different spatial elements. The child must point to the fruit to pick it then slide it over to the basket and drop it vertically into the basket. They must pick all of the fruit in the tree to move on to the next trial.

 

Advanced

Puzzles – 7 Pieces

This exercise will teach the child how to perform the action/skill of building a Puzzle and precision placement. The child must point to a piece, slide the piece, and then place the piece into the correct place on the puzzle. They must put all of the pieces into the correct places and complete the puzzle to move on to the next trial.

 

Visual Performance Skills

Beginner

Match to Sample – Identical to Identical

Matching the Objects. The child should match the identical picture to the identical picture. The child will need to point to the corresponding identical picture from the 3 choices in the left column and drag it to the open box on the right above the corresponding identical picture. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

Match to Sample – Identical to Non-identical

Matching the Pictures. The child should match the identical picture to the non-identical picture. The child will need to point to the corresponding identical picture from the 3 choices in the left column and drag it to the open box on the right above the corresponding non-identical picture. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

Match to Sample – Non-identical to Identical

Matching the Objects. The child should match the non-identical picture to the identical picture. The child will need to point to the corresponding non-identical picture from the 3 choices in the left column and drag it to the open box on the right above the corresponding identical picture. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

 

Intermediate

Match to Sample – Match with the same Category

Matching based on Categories. The child should match the pictures based on Category. The child will drag the picture on right to the open box of the corresponding Category of items on left. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

Match to Sample – Match with the same Color

Matching based on Colors. The child should match the pictures based on Color. The child will need to point to the corresponding identical Color from the 3 choices in the left column and drag it to the open box on the right above the corresponding non-identical picture. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

Match to Sample – Match with the same Shape

Matching based on Shapes. The child should match the pictures based on Shape. The child will need to point to the corresponding identical Shape from the 3 choices in the left column and drag it to the open box on the right above the corresponding non-identical picture. The card will click into place if it is a correct match.

 

Advanced

Exclusion – Which does not Belong?

Exclusion based on Category. The child should point to the object that does not belong with the Category of the other 3 objects.

 

Communication Skills

Beginner

Receptive Language – Follow a Receptive Instruction

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to take a picture of an object to a character or person. Following the narrator’s instruction, the child will drag the correct picture on top of the picture of the corresponding character/person.

Receptive Language – Point to the “BLANK”

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to an Object. The child will point to the corresponding Object picture from the narrator’s instruction.

 

Intermediate

Receptive Language – Point to Functions

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on the Function of the object on the card. The child should point to the card that has the corresponding Function of the narrator’s instruction.

Receptive Language – Point to the Body Part

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on Body Part. The child must point to the corresponding Body Part picture that correctly matches the instruction.

Receptive Language – Point to the Color

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on the Color of the object on the card. The child should point to the corresponding Color picture following the narrator’s instruction.

Receptive Language – Point to the Shape

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on Shape. The child should point to the corresponding Shape picture following the narrator’s instruction.

 

Advanced

Intraverbals – Fill-ins based on Categories

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to fill in the blank with a card based on Category. The child will select the correct card based on Category and move it into the “Blank” of the instruction.

Intraverbals – Fill-ins based on Features

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to fill in the blank with a card based on Feature. The child will select the correct card based on Feature and move it into the “Blank” of the instruction.

Intraverbals – Fill-ins based on Functions

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to fill in the blank with a card based on Function. The child will select the correct card based on Function and move it into the “Blank” of the instruction.

Receptive Language – Point to Categories

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on Category. The child should point to the corresponding Category picture following the narrator’s instruction.

Receptive Language – Point to Emotions

The child will react to a spoken instruction. The narrator will ask the child to point to a card based on Emotion. The child should point to the corresponding Emotion picture following the narrator’s instruction.

 

Communication Skills

Advanced

Sequencing – Leisure skills/Self Help Skills

Build the Sequence. The child will drag each card in sequential order to the corresponding number in the open boxes to complete a 4-step sequence depicting a leisure/self-help skill. The child will drag the first card from the selection below to the corresponding open box on the top row and repeat until all 4 cards are placed in sequential order.

Sequencing – Object oriented

Build the Sequence. The child will drag each card in sequential order to the corresponding number in the open boxes to complete a 4-step sequence. The child will drag the first card from the selection below to the corresponding open box on the top row and repeat until all 4 cards are placed in sequential order