Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Seven_because 
Vital practice at picturing a host of vowel shapes in sequence

This exercise is suitable for children aged 8 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 Seven Visual Tracking Skills is more advanced than Level Five or Level Six tracking exercises as now the target words are even more complex visually.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those many dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the sequence of a series of vowel letters when reading or writing, or those who are learning the common spelling 'because' (ideally through visual pattern and not by using a verse).  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson.

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