Learn how to read and remember words easily
Children easily forget words they have read on one page, when they are not using their visual memory.
Visual memory is making and recording a picture in your imagination. Learning visually can be seeing the letters of the word you are about to spell in your imagination. Making a photograph or drawing of what you are learning, so that you can recall it later on visually.
When you remember an image visually, you usually look up and slightly to the left to access this memory. This position is a good access point to enable your child to use their visual memory.
To train your child’s visual memory, sit comfortably with your elbow supported with a cushion and move your child’s reading book up and hold the book about ten centimeters above your child’s eye-line, slightly to their left.
Keep a finger under the word they are reading out aloud, so that your child remembers words visually, as well as saying the words.
When you are reading with your child, try this method daily for at least a month solving reading problems. See what a difference it makes to your child’s reading.
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