Wink™ - Level 2 - PhotoEyeplay for Children and Teens
How to Boost Your Student's Camera-like Photographic Memory with Right Brain After-Imaging Play
What is PhotoEyeplay? PhotoEyeplay is a unique visual process which stimulates the ability to see an object’s after-image, or negative photographic image. It's important because it activates the primary vision centers used for photographic memory. By turning a positive image into its negative, and then returning it to its original image, you can train your child's mind to act like a camera!
Children love PhotoEyeplay games because they are like magic! Presto-chango. At one glance, they can turn a color into another one! They delight as they refine this process through a series of very simple techniques.
PhotoEyeplay also helps develop visualization by allowing the mind to create clear mental images, opening subconscious aspects of the right hemisphere of the brain, which governs memory, intuition and creativity. Black-and-white after-imaging develops the rods within the eye; color after-imaging develops the cones. This is one of the most exciting parts of right brain education because students can experience it right away.
In this course, we will show you dozens of creative ways to add PhotoEyeplay to class!
• how regular PhotoEyeplay exercises can affect your child's photographic memory
• how to teach children to turn a positive color image into a negative—much like a camera
• how to graduate from simple color images to more complex ones
• when it's good to forge ahead, and when to take a break from these exercises
• how to make PhotoEyeplay lessons more hands on, with playful games and toys
• how to schedule PhotoEyeplay games strategically so that they are continually fresh, exciting and new
• how to present PhotoEyeplay to one child—or a whole classroom of children!
This course is jam-packed with downloadable materials to help you get started right away!
√ Downloadable digital workbooks
√ Lesson guides and progress charts
√ Downloadable card sets:
• 10 NEW sets of PhotoEyeplay cards for children
• PhotoEyeplay Peripheral Vision
• PhotoEyeplay Paper Dolls
- CHOOSE: princess or knight
• PhotoEyeplay Funny Face
• PhotoEyeplay Magic Growing Worm
The first 15 minutes of class time can super-change your child's brain.
Add PhotoEyeplay to your weekly routine!
Pamela is the creator of the TweedleWink and Wink: Right Brain Education programs. Known fondly as “the mother of right brain education,” she has been happily sharing her unique form of Montessori-inspired right brain education with teachers and parents for almost 30 years.
Pamela believes that heart-based playful learning is vital not only for right brain development, but for lifelong health and happiness as well. When embraced, right brain thinking becomes a way of living, not just learning. Pamela has used these methods with children with dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech delays, ADD, ADHD, CP, DS, and various forms of autism. She has also successfully blended right-brain techniques with homeschool curricula and gifted learning programs.
Pamela has written numerous books and learning curricula, including:
- Right Brain Education: Changing the World One Heart at a Time
- TweedleWink Gentle Early Right Brain Enrichment Program: Prenatal to Preschool
- Right Brain Activation: A Right Brain Tune-Up For Adults
- Wink: Right Brain Education teacher training manual (available through our online training programs)
- Wink: Children's Storybook Lessons (series)
- Sam the Elf Phonics Readers (series)
- Soul Bonding for Pregnancy (out of print)
- Soul Bonding with Newborns and Infants (out of print)
- Right Brain Music Play
- TweedleWink Phonics Workbooks (series)
- TweedleWink Math Workbook (series)
- TweedleWink Letter Tracing Pencil Play (series)
- The Number People: A Right Brain Multiplication Story
- TweedleWink Art Coloring Book
- TweedleWink Science Coloring Book
- TweedleWink World Coloring Book
- Smiley and Sara Bedtime Stories (Right Brain Great Me/Little Me Character-Building series)
Her most recent publications— The Gnome King and Poseidon's Daughter— are the first books in her Elemental Kingdom children’s book series. (We are currently using them in our Wink classes for speed reading play.)
Pamela is a mother of four and a grandmother, and currently lives in rural North Carolina with her husband and family.