Visual Discrimination Skills_Snap Games_Level Two_gum and gun G
Learning to discriminate quickly between 'm' and 'n'
I teach this game to children aged 5 through to adults. More advanced than Level One Visual Discrimination Snap Games, this game requires quick visual discrimination of the similar-shaped letters 'm' and 'n' while also focusing attention on the word ending, a part of the word often neglected by those dyslexics
or dyspraxics who tend to 'guess' a word by reading only its initial letters. In addition this game encourages the dyslexic or dyspraxic's skill in recognising a whole word accurately just by glancing at it, which is a requisite skill for good reading. This fun game also helps to develop fine motor-coordination skills.