Auditory processing directly impacts reading, spelling, writing, and math skills. One of the areas of auditory processing that kids often struggle with is auditory memory. Auditory memory is your ability to remember, organize, and act on information you have heard, such as following a multi-step verbal direction, take notes, comprehend what you read, and spell new words.
In this quick video, Bonnie shows how to use touch math with math calculation. In touch math, every number has points on it that reflect the value of its number. So the number 4 has 4 points, the number 5 has 5 points and so on. Using the touch points in an auditory, visual, kinesthetic/tactile manner makes all math calculations easy.
A quick overview of what letter reversals are and a tip to address ‘b’ and ‘d’ reversal problems.
Can colored overlays help your child read with ease? When your child struggles with academic performance, behavior, attention, sitting still, and difficulty concentration the first go to diagnosis may be dyslexia, learning disabilities, or ADHD. However, sometimes kids struggle with reading, behavior, attention, and concentration due to what is called Scotopic Syndrome. Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome is visual stress related to the interaction of light to the central nervous system and the eyes at a physiological level. The effects of Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome are most noticeable during activities associated with reading. Reading with colored overlays on top of your print material often helps. Pioneers in this field are by Meares and Irlen.
There are 9 areas of auditory processing, 9 areas of visual processing, and 9 areas of tactile/kinesthetic processing that affect learning. When you have a difficulty in any of those areas learning reading can become difficult. Learning Reading Help: Auditory Areas For example, auditory memory is just one of the 9 areas or auditory processing […]
Auditory Processing and Learning Reading Help Activities So, what can you do to improve reading when auditory processing problems are creating so many learning reading problems? There are some very simple activities that can be done to improve learning reading. In the video, I go over some specific activities so you can see how simple […]