Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Six_simile E
Focussing on picturing and recalling word length accurately

I teach this exercise to children aged 9 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse two words which look very, very similar when reading or writing.  This exercise also gives practice in whole word shape-recognition. 

Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Six_quiet E
Focussing on recalling quickly and accurately the final part of a word

I teach this exercise to children aged 8 through to adults.  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 make errors over word endings when reading or writing, or who are studying the spelling 'quiet'. 

Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Six_would E
Developing skill in simultaneous recall of ascenders and similar vowel shapes

I teach this exercise to children aged 9 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the order of similar-looking vowel letters or ascenders when reading or writing, or those who are studying the group of spellings 'would', 'could' and 'should'. 

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Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Six_bridge E
Visualising and recalling the orientation of 'd' and 'g' in the context of a word

I teach this exercise to children aged 8 through to adults.   Visual tracking exercises help to improve a wide range of visual and motor-coordination skills.  Level Six visual tracking exercises are more advanced than Level Four and Level Five Visual Tracking Skills.  Here the target word tends to be longer and it is more complex.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who are studying the spelling pattern 'dge', or who sometimes confuse the similar-looking letters 'd' and 'g' when reading or writing. 

Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Six_quite E
Practice to overcome two-letter reversals involving 'e' at the close of a word

I teach this exercise to children aged 8 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the order of letters at the end of a word when reading or writing, or who are studying the spelling 'quite'. 

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Sarah Ablitt BA (Hons) PGDipSpLD
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Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK