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Recalling with accuracy the middle of a word - helps with two-letter reversals
 
This exercise is suitable for children aged 6 through to adults.  Allow under five minutes for this lesson.  Visual tracking exercises help to improve a wide range of visual and motor-coordination skills.  Level Four visual tracking exercises are a step-up in difficulty from Level Three exercises.  For as well as containing longer words to track for, Level Four visual tracking exercises contain more visually-challenging combinations of words in each exercise.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the central part of a word when reading or writing, or who sometimes reverse the position of two letters within words when reading or spelling.  This exercise also practises whole word recognition.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson. 









 
 
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Quickly recognising a subtle vowel change within a combination of letters
 
This exercise is suitable for children aged 5 through to adults.  Allow under five minutes for this lesson.  As well as helping to improve a range of visual processing and motor-coordination skills, this visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse letters which look very similar when reading or writing.  This exercise also practises whole word recognition of some frequently-occurring (or, high frequency) words.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson.






 
 
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Focus on learning to visualise and remember ascenders
 
This exercise is suitable for children aged 6 through to adults.  Allow under five minutes for this lesson.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the orientation or direction of the letters 'f' or 't' when reading or writing, or who tend to guess a word from its initial letters.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson.