Short, well-tested,

Short, well-tested, reproducible activities improve visual tracking skills and stress correct letter and word formations. Exercises begin with review of left and right orientation and then progress to correct tracking across the page. Auditory, visual, and tactile components are used as students identify the position of easily reversed letters in isolated words. Clever illustrations keep children engaged as they learn commonly reversed words, such as was/saw, on/no, and bad/dad. OT ideas for kids

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