Visual Sequential Memory Skills_Level Three_Symbols B 
A harder set of symbols to help develop visual sequential memory skills

This game is suitable for children aged 6 through to adults.  Allow under ten minutes for this lesson.  This game contains a more challenging set of symbols than its precursor, Symbols A, in Level Two Visual Sequential Memory Skills.  Visual sequential memory is a vital underlying skill, which often needs to be developed in dyslexics and dyspraxics.  This fun game encourages the dyslexic or dyspraxic to focus on using his or her visual sequential memory to recall a sequence of abstract symbols.  Once the dyslexic or dyspraxic is confident at playing this game, he or she could advance to Level Four of Visual Sequential Memory Skills where practice with remembering real letter sequences begins.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson.

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