Working Memory is the thinking skill that focuses on memory-in-action: the ability to remember and use relevant information while in the middle of an activity. Memory improvement is part of this game, the process can be done with few steps that can be easy and performed effortlessly for your child. Many Children have trouble remembering pictures, names, shapes or sounds. How to remember things is only a technique that your child needs to utilize, for example to remember a picture you just need to examine a the face discretely when you are introduced. Try to find an unusual feature, ears, hairline, forehead, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, chin, complexion, etc.
The game has four modules and test your child's memory in each separately, these are as follows. Picture, Shapes, Letters and Sounds Recognition; a word is shown and the name of the image spoken, then your child will be asked to select the picture that matches the word or sound. Your child will advance to the next question once he/she gets the question correct. Animation and sounds are used to hold the child's interest while making it fun and interactive.
The more opportunities your child gets to exercise her memory muscle, the easier it will be for her to handle the load of information in school, Dr. Dissinger says, that when game like these are utilize it helps your child to realizes that memory is an active process, she'll feel smarter and more confident that she can tackle tricky topics. Working Memory is a key thinking skill that can impact academic performance in a variety of ways. It allows children to recall and utilize information while performing an activity, and is vital to activities like taking notes, following multi-step directions, and completing complex mathematical calculations. Working Memory also plays an important role in reading comprehension, and children who have trouble with their Working Memory skills will often have difficulty remembering teachers’ instructions, recalling the rules of grammar, or completing other academic tasks that involve actively calling up important information.
Kids with underdeveloped Working Memory skills may commonly display absent-mindedness and have difficulty with tasks that entail more than one step. While children with good Working Memory skills can remember and follow complicated directions and have the ability to use what they have learned in a previous experience in a new situation.
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