Visual Discrimination Skills_Snap Games_Level One_on and no G
Improving awareness of letter sequencing
I teach this game to children aged 4 through to adults. In this slightly more advanced game, the focus extends to comparing the sequence of two-letter words. This fun game is specially helpful to the dyslexic or dyspraxic who writes or reads 'on' for 'no', and indeed other two-letter mirror-reversals such as 'ot' for 'to' or 'ta' for 'at'.
Visual Discrimination Skills_Snap Games_Level One_n and u G
Learning to spot the difference automatically between 'n' and 'u'
I teach this game to children aged 4 through to adults. This fun game to improve visual discrimination and rapid visual recognition skills focuses on the letters 'n' and 'u', which are often confused by dyslexics or dyspraxics both when writing and when reading.
Visual Discrimination Skills_Snap Games_Level One_b and d G
Learning to discriminate quickly between 'b' and 'd'
I teach this game to children aged 4 through to adults. Level One Visual Discrimination Snap Games tend to focus on confusable letters, such as 'b' and 'd'. This game is particularly useful to the dyslexic or dyspraxic who tends to reverse the orientation of the similar-looking letters 'b' and 'd' when either writing or reading. This fun game is also beneficial in strengthening underlying skills in visual discrimination and quick recognition as well as developing fine motor-coordination skills.