A Brain Game to Improve Your Child’s Working Memory, Attention and Visual Processing Skills

Check out this game for developing working memory, sustained attention, and visual memory skills, plus more!

I was on Amazon recently looking at games to help my sons with their visual processing skills and ended up down a rabbit trail as I often do.  And I stumbled upon a 'brain game', developed by a developmental optometrist, that said it would help improve visual processing, sequential processing, pattern recognition, working memory, and … Continue reading A Brain Game to Improve Your Child’s Working Memory, Attention and Visual Processing Skills

12 Gift Ideas for Children to Build Language and Listening Skills

Check out these gift ideas for the children in your life that need to strengthen their language and listening skills.

Does your child or a child you love struggle with language or auditory processing skills? Our language skills are important to express what we feel, what we would like to happen, and to describe situations.  They involve understanding the meaning of words, how they are associated with each other and how to put them together … Continue reading 12 Gift Ideas for Children to Build Language and Listening Skills

14 Gift Ideas for Children with Visual Processing Difficulties

Check out these 14 great gift ideas for children with visual processing disorder.

Does your child or a child you love struggle with visual processing skills?  These are skills that our brain uses to make sense of what we see around us.  They are critical to learning in all areas of life, but are particularly important in learning math, reading, and writing.  There are some fun ways to … Continue reading 14 Gift Ideas for Children with Visual Processing Difficulties

Mystery Words: A Simple, But Powerful Following Direction Exercise

Learn a simple, but powerful activity for improving children's ability to follow directions.

Do you have children (or work with children) who need to work on following directions?  This is a critical skill to functioning in a classroom and in every day life, yet, it can be challenging for many children.  Some children just need to work on focusing on what is being said and processing longer directions. … Continue reading Mystery Words: A Simple, But Powerful Following Direction Exercise