I'm currently attending a Level 3 course on Dyspraxia. I'm halfway through and part of this month's assignment is to create (physically) a resource to help a child with dyspraxic tendencies. (i.e. disorganised, clumsy, poor handwriting, difficulty with ideation and motor planning). I want to look at children in the Year 6 age range, as those are the ones I work with - I also think that the older kids tend to be forgotten about. There seems to be lots of resources for KS1, but it all gets a bit 'babyish' as they are nearing secondary age. Creating a visual timetable or personalised pencil case (as our school provide equipment, not the kids, and pens/pencils/rulers are stored in different places in the classroom) are the obvious choices, but I want to think a bit deeper about this. I will have to evaluate the resource and it's effectiveness as part of the assignment. I wondered if there were any ideas from you guys as to what resources would be useful, so that I can develop them into something practical.