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Alternating Attention Tasks: Colors and Objects

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.

Challenge #3: Connect the objects by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the objects listed on the left side of the page.

Challenge #4: Connect the objects by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the objects listed on the left side of the page. Connect them in numerical order.

Note: Challenges 2 and 4 include answer keys, whereas challenges 1 and 3 do not, as there are multiple variations of how to accurately complete the task.

Part of Bundle of Cognitive-Linguistic Attention Tasks.

Tech specs: Digital download. 6 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 8 MB.

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