Learning to read requires visual spatial orientation and directionality, visual discrimination, visual memory and visualisation, auditory-visual integration (association of sounds with visual symbols).
This book offers a range of activities designed to promote the efficiency of relevant visual information, processing skills, language and phonemic awareness and understanding of grapheme-phoneme correspondence (letter-sound).
The program aims to develop -
• Spatial orientation and directionality by drawing connecting lines from
picture to picture, from letter to picture and word to picture.
• Eye hand coordination by drawing connecting lines and circles around
• Visual discrimination by identifying beginning letters.
• Visual-auditory association by association of sounds with visual
• Visual verbal integration by linking pictures and names, words and beginning sounds.