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Learning to recognise and remember more confidently this easily-confused word

I teach this exercise to children aged 5 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the word 'who' when reading or spelling. 

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Further practice at recalling word endings, including rapid n/u discrimination

I teach this exercise to children aged 5 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the last part of a short word when reading or spelling, or who tend to muddle the letters 'n' and 'u' when reading or writing. 

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Focussing on recalling with accuracy the final part of a word

I teach this exercise to children aged 5 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the last part of a short word when reading or writing, or who struggle to read or spell the word 'for' correctly. 

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Practising picturing and recalling the orientation of 'd' at speed

I teach this exercise to children aged 5 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 confuse the letter 'd' when reading or writing. 

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Improving skill at quickly recognising the letter 'b' from 'd'

I teach this fun exercise to children aged 5 through to adults.  Visual tracking exercises help to improve a wide range of visual and motor-coordination skills.  More advanced than Level One and Level Two visual tracking exercises, Level Three exercises involve tracking for a three-letter word, a part of which is often confused by dyslexics or dyspraxics.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the letters 'b' and 'd' when reading or writing. 

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Sarah Ablitt BA (Hons) PGDipSpLD
Specialist Dyslexia Teacher
Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK