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Cognitive Exercises that Develop Reading, Writing and Math Abilities
Difficulties in tracking, sequencing, and visual discrimination can get in the way of the learning process for reading, writing and math. Furthermore, letter, number and word reversals can make school a chore. However, these are core skills, and many students need to strengthen these cognitive areas before they can manage language and numbers with success. To help students strengthen these areas and allow teachers and parents to try activities, Dr. Warren is now offering a sampling of her workbooks, Reversing Reversals Primary, Reversing Reversals and Reversing Reversals 2. Through fun, game-like activities such as coloring and mazes, students quickly master the skills necessary for improved decoding and comprehension.