Eye hand coordination – your eyes send split second information to your brain about what it sees; if hand eye coordination is weak, it makes it more difficult to read.
Eye-Hand Coordination (Fine Motor Skills)
What our customers say about us
East Earl Pennsylvania,
He is doing grade level work now. I am very happy. The teacher says he is doing great! He was having problems with his reading but he is doing very good now. I thought it really helped him. The tutor said she can't see dyslexia traits anymore. He's reading and he is geting what he is reading. I'm so happy I found this program
Te Awamutu New Zealand,
It was so good to finally find the core problems!
Gig Harbor Wa,
My daughter has responded very well to the activities. She's improving and we're so excited. I am so thankful that we found this program! We will make sure to refer other parents who might benefit.
Hazen, North Dakota,
I GREATLY appreciate the program!!! We have tried other things, but none gave us the immediate success that your program has! One child says they NEED to start their home school day with the exercises, since it makes her other work easier.
My son did the VERY expensive Scientific Learning Brain Pro program. He HATED it. The only thing that kept him doing the exercises was that he was earning his new XBOX one. And even then he complained and tried to avoid it. I was constantly trying to avoid the power struggle. I have NONE of that with your program. He seems to be improving on his ability to hold patterns in his mind and reproduce them. He is silent reading much more in the last 2 weeks. He commented that he is "reading in his mind really fast right now." He works much more independently. He is starting activities on his own and then asking for help only when he needs it. Where as in the past, I would read all instruction and go over each assignment or activity before he began. He does seem to be processing instructions better.