On a spring day, we went fishing. First of all, we cut colorful fishes. Next, we used colorful paper clips. Every fish had a paper clip with a different color. With a magnet and a spool of thread, we made a fish hook then fishing got started. I was mentioning a color to him and he fished base on the color of the paper clip. It was a good practice to notice small things and also useful for impulsive children.
After testing my students by Stanford–Binet Intelligence Scales, I interpret their cognitive abilities and try to improve their skills. Hearing-impaired children are faced with some challenges at school in learning and problem-solving tasks because of weak working memory skills. for teenagers, I use these cards; I give them some time to memorize the colors and shapes in sequence, then they have to recall them; First the colors and then the shapes and then vice versa. in the following picture, they helped me with cutting papers.