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2002
The first part of Strengthening Fine Motor Skills is devoted to mazes. These mazes are a practical tool for working on a variety of skills, from basic pencil control and hand-eye coordination to the formation of letters...
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2002
Visual discrimination is the ability to use one's eyes t interpret accurately the surrounding stumuli in one's environment. A greater percentage of young children learn more easily through remembering what they see(visua...
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2002
Young learners often print certain letters and words in a backwards formation. This book will help eliminate that tendency and promote success in printing and spelling. Children first need a clear understanding of "left"...
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2002
It is not unusual for young learners to reverse letters and works -- that is, to print them in a backward formation. The sooner children learn to correct direction, the sooner they will feel successful in all areas of s...
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2002
Visual memory is the ability to recall what is seen. Young students tend to retain visual information more easily than auditory information.
Book jacket

Book

2002
Correcting Reversals begin with activities which help the students to recall how to print correctly the numberals 0-9.