Developing the Early Learner Book 3
Exercises and activities in hand-eye coordination, mazes, eye movement, memory, figure ground, space orientation, similarities, rhyming, categories, sequence, language, and awareness.
So many homeschoolers have asked us what they can do with a preschool-age child that is more than just busy-work. This is it! We've used the Developing the Early Learner series with our children and could really see the difference they made in our children's mental aptitudes. A favorite feature of mine are the exercises that work on left to right tracking skills at a young age. I can see where this could prevent later confusion in reading. Exercises concentrate on four fundamental perception skill areas; visual, auditory, motor, and comprehension. Even more exciting, all of our children loved these exercises. They weren't "work" at all, but fun, and they always wanted to do more! Their favorites were the auditory exercises that required careful listening, remembering, and following directions.Yes, they worked wonderfully with my children.