Reference Book

In order to provide you with the quickest possible success in your search for action trays that are currently of interest to your child, we have subdivided the trays on our site according to educational objectives and age.
The following is an overview of the educational objectives.

Motor Skills

Pincer Grasp

This is the grip of objects with the fingertips of thumb and index finger. This trains fine motor skills, which are needed, for example, when eating, painting and doing puzzles.

Eye-hand coordination

The objective of this skill is to be able to grasp objects with the eyes and move the hands accordingly. This is the basic prerequisite for learning to write.

Auditory Perception

Language comprehension

Children learn to understand language and express themselves.

Auditory attention

This refers to the acquisition of what is heard and its processing by the brain.

Visual Perception

Color perception

The objective here is to be able to recognize and perceive colors.

Shape perception

At the beginning, children learn to recognize geometric figures independent of color, size and position. Later, they should be able to recognize the words they have learned in a foreign text and in different fonts.

Cognitive skills

Dealing with quantities and numbers

Here, children train the information processing of basic mathematical concepts.

Memory skills

Children learn the ability to keep content in their memory. The skills that develop in this process are important prerequisites for later systematic learning.

Tactile perception

Touch perception

Here children get a feel for their own bodies. How does it feel?

Handling formable material

Hereby the complete hand musculature is trained.

Practical Life Activities

Through these exercises, children learn to perform everyday tasks independently and without the help of adults. In doing so, they gain increased self-confidence, which in turn promotes independence from us adults.