Sunday, December 22, 2013

Cognitive Exercises for Improved Reading

Weaknesses in visual processing, tracking, sequencing, and memory can get in the way of the reading process. Furthermore, reversals of letters, numbers and words can make the learning process taxing and frustrating.  However, these are necessary skills that are the foundation of reading, and many young learners need to strengthen these areas of cognition before they can learn to decode our language with success.  I am now offering a sampling of the workbooks, Reversing Reversals Primary, Reversing Reversals and Reversing Reversals 2 for followers of A Special Sparkle. Through fun, game-like activities such as coloring activities and mazes, children can quickly gain the skills needed for improved decoding and reading comprehension.  Free Sample
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  1. Hi Erica,
    This looks like a great resource. Do you have any research or data trials that shows the hows and whys that make this work? Thanks for being willing to share!

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