Does your child struggle to read words correctly? Or does he/she guess at words? Are easy sight words read incorrectly? Is decoding another language for your child?
Then you need this easy to use phonemic awareness reading program. Most students who struggle to read are right-brain dominant and desperately need a different methodology to learning to read.
The Free to Read program is based on the sound research of Orton-Gillingham. These unique sound units make reading and decoding a simple process. Add the physical properties of movement as the student reads, and success quickly follows.
Now you can help your child or student at home or in your office by using some of the activities we have our students perform at the Harp Learning Institute.
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Visual Processing Eye/Hand Coordination Free to Read Reading
Workbooks Workbook Correction System
Auditory Processing Perceptual Skills Memory Building
Workbook Workbook Workbook
Auditory processing issues present themselves in multiple ways. Often, ADD/ADHD is misdiagnosed due to the crossover of symptoms, and there is a huge crossover with dyslexia and auditory processing problems.
Students with auditory processing problems might hear the computer in the classroom so loudly that it sounds like a jet engine. Or, they might not be able to distinguish the difference between vowel sounds in words or between vowels and consonants.
This Harp Learning Institute's Auditory Processing Workbook will help your child or student correct processing issues that can interfere with reading, spelling, listening skills, note taking in class, and other auditory issues that interfere with academic and life success.
Sadly, students with auditory processing issues have temper problems and other behavioral problems.
Does your child or student skip lines while reading? Is it difficult to stay on the lines while reading or writing? Does your child pass spelling tests at school yet fail to spell words correctly in writing?
Is it laborious for your child to spell words consistently? How about copying words from the board or managing to line up math columns correctly?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your child might struggle with visual processing problems.
That's why we offer this easy to use workbook to strengthen eye muscles and help students perceive and process visual information correctly so reading, writing, and math can easily be understood and interpreted.
Perceiving information correctly is crucially important to academic and life success. Think about it. If your child's visual system takes information in at an angle, upside down, having halos around words, or in any other way without clear, crisp lines, then learning is bound to be difficult.
Students can be taught to perceive information correctly with easy to do activities. It won't take long before students can write on lines without problems, read words on the board, keep up with
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Some students struggle to stay on the lines while writing or coloring. Or, they might have a difficult time with puzzles or avoid fine motor skills activities. Copying from the board might prove to be exhausting, and lining up math columns is extremely difficult.
Eye/hand coordination skills are crucial to a student's academic and life success. If these students can't connect the eyes with the hands, then writing in general proves to be difficult.
Don't despair. There is an easy fix for this. A series of activities that we use at Harp can correct these issues and enable the student to correct these pesky problems. Even better, you can do it at home with the Harp Eye/Hand Workbook.
Easy to use, this workbook corrects a student's eye/hand coordination issues.
Students who can remember and recall visual and auditory information have a jump on those who can't. It isn't that these kids are smarter than their peers. It that they have mastered the skill of remembering information.
This workbook is crucial to helping students remember crucial visual and auditory information.
It starts with two-digit information and slowly builds up to five-digit memory skills in both auditory and visual information.