formboard

form·board

(fōrm'bōrd),
A board containing cut-outs in various shapes, into which blocks of corresponding shape are to be fitted; a neuropsychological test of which the Tactual Performance Test of the Halstead-Reitan Battery is one example. See: Halstead-Reitan battery.
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Solid Edge Harness Design applies intelligent harness and formboard design tools to automated part selection (such as for terminals, seals and wires), design validation (e.g., voltage drop and current, short and open circuits, fusing and wire-sizing errors), and report generation.
Caption: Solid Edge Harness Design applies intelligent harness and formboard design tools to automated part selection, design validation and report generation.
Each activity mini-schedule was made from 11 x 12 inch formboard that had four Velcro strips glued to it that displayed the four sub-activities of circle time.
Capital Formboard automates the creation of wire harness formboard drawings onto which the wire harness is assembled.
Its product suite includes Capital Formboard, which automates the creation of harness formboard drawings.
Color (1 " cubes or formboard) Names Identifies (names) -- red -- 3/6 by 4.0 yrs.
This test required the participant to discriminate and identify the shape of blocks manipulated with the hand (or hands), as well as the forms of shapes incised into a formboard. The requisite response involved matching these two stimuli and, more especially, positioning each block within its appropriate location.
Involves intentional and appropriate manipulation of toys, such as turns dial on telephone; bringing two objects together, such as placing a puzzle piece in the formboard; play directed towards self, such as raising phone to ear and talking.