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100 Powerful Learning Specialist and Educational Therapy Materials

This week I wanted to tell you about my online store, Good Sensory Learning. I’m Dr. Erica Warren, and I established this site so I could share all the materials that I have created over the last 20+ years as a learning specialist and educational therapist. When I first began my private practice, Learning to Learn, I had great difficulty finding fun and multisensory materials for my students that were effective and engaging. So back in 2005, I made it my mission to design and distribute high-end, remedial products as well as memorable, motivating lessons that bring delight to learning. If you would like to try a free sampling of my activities , CLICK HERE . How Are the Products Organized at Good Sensory Learning? You can download my Free Printable Catalog or you can browse the site using the grey “search all products” bar in the top right of any page with keywords such as dyslexia, working memory, and executive functioning. What’s more, drop down menus in the red banner allow you t

Dyslexia Help: Reversing Reversals Beginners - New Publication and Free Samples

I'm so excited to offer my newest publication in 2016 - Reversing Reversals Beginners. This digital workbook is the fourth publication in my popular Reversing Reversals Series.
Dyslexia reversals activities
Why Did I Create Reversing Reversals Beginners?
Upon request, I have created more fun activities that bridge the gap between Reversing Reversals Primary and the original Reversing Reversals. I have included more simplistic activities that strengthen visual processing, tracking, directionality, discrimination, pattern recognition and more.

What Population of Learners are Served by this Workbook?
I created the Reversing Reversals Series to help students with dyslexia to develop the core skills needed for reading and math. These products are often used and recommended by vision therapists, educational therapists and teachers as the activities serve as brain training exercises that strengthen areas of weak cognition.

How Does Each Product in the Reversing Reversals Series Differ?
Fun activities strengthen and develop the core skills needed for reading and writing. All the activities and games utilize animal characters. Areas of cognition addressed: visual memory, auditory memory, sequential memory, visual reasoning, auditory reasoning, visual discrimination, receptive language, listening skills, mental flexibility, attention, attention to details, visual tracking, spatial skills, and directionality. ๏ Simple animal tracking games
๏ Visual - discrimination and sequential memory activities
๏ Auditory memory/listening skills activities
๏ Spatial memory activities
๏ Following directions games
Fun activities strengthen and develop letter, number and symbol recognition. Areas of cognition addressed: visual processing/discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.๏ Simple coloring activities for common reversals
๏ Simple tracking activities for consonant and vowel discrimination and common letter reversals
๏ Simple mazes that strengthen letter, number and symbol recognition
๏ Simple sequential and pattern recognition activities
๏ Strategies for success
Fun activities strengthen and develop letter, number and symbol recognition/ common reversals. The publication also works on left - right discrimination and cardinal directions. Areas of cognition addressed: visual processing/ discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.๏ Tracking activities for vowel and consonant discrimination and common reversals
๏ Challenging coloring activities for common reversals
๏ Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination
๏ Activities for left/right and cardinal direction recognition
๏ Game suggestions
๏ Strategies for success
Fun activities strengthen and further develop letter, number and symbol recognition/common reversals. The publication offers additional pages that work on left-right discrimination and cardinal directions. Areas of cognition addressed: visual processing/ discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.๏ Sorting activities for common reversals
๏ Tracking activities for letter, number and symbol reversals
๏ Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination
๏ Hidden image activities that strengthen challenging symbol discrimination
๏ Directionality games
๏ Strategies for success
Can I See Some Free Sample Activities?
Yes, I do offer free sample activities. Click here for a sample of RR Beginners. Each of the product pages - RR Primary, RR Beginners, RR, RR2 - offer free sample downloads, and you can even get a discount when you purchase the whole series.

I would love to hear your thoughts about my new publication.

Cheers, Dr. Erica Warren
Dr. Erica Warren is the author, illustrator, and publisher of multisensory educational materials at Good Sensory Learning and Dyslexia Materials. She is also the director of Learning to Learn and Learning Specialist Courses.

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