Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Two_be E
Improving skill at quickly spotting 'be' among similar-looking options 

I teach this fun exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  Visual tracking exercises help to improve a wide range of visual and motor-coordination skills.  While Level One tracking exercises involved tracking for a single letter, Level Two exercises are more advanced because now the dyslexic or dyspraxic will be tracking for a two-letter word among visually-similar possibilities.  Level Two visual tracking exercises form a cumulative sequel to the Level One exercises.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily reverse the sequence of letters in two-letter words when reading or writing. 

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Growing familiar with the correct orientation of the letters 'b' and 'd'

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 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 letters 'b' and 'd' when reading or writing. 

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Developing the ability to recognise the correct ascender

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the letters 'f' and 't' when reading or writing. 

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Practising discriminating the common word 'it' at speed

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the orientation or direction of the letters 'f' and 't' especially when reading or writing the word 'it'.  

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Overcoming mirror-reversals of 'no'

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily reverse the sequence of letters in the word 'no' when reading or writing. 

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Practice at visual sequential recall of 'on'

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the sequence of letters in short words containing a consonant and a vowel close in height (as in the word 'on') when reading or writing. 

Visual Skills_Visual Tracking Skills_Level Two_to E
Practising visualising the orientation of 't' correctly and quickly

I teach this exercise to children aged 4 through to adults.  This visual tracking exercise is particularly helpful for those dyslexics and dyspraxics who readily confuse the orientation or direction of the letter 't' when reading or writing. 

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