This is a game to promote reading fluency for preschool through grade one by increasing Auditory Memory and Visual Memory.
It is a great game for learners who are not yet reading, young readers and struggling readers.
We've included some research on why Auditory and Visual Memory are important - and some of the signs of deficiencies in these areas.
Auditory memory is an often overlooked skill deficiency. Children who have not developed their auditory memory skills will frequently have trouble:
● understanding words
● remembering information that has been presented orally
● processing/recalling info the student has read himself
● learning the phonics method
Children who have not developed their visual memory skills will frequently have trouble:
● remembering visual appearance of words
● remembering letter sequence of words