Reading and attention are closely connected. Attention training helps strengthen the non-language skills where many children are weak. Even if you have the ability to read the words on a page (which teachers are very good at teaching), you need to have strong enough attention skills to get through the whole sentence, paragraph, and page.
As is probably obvious, Lexplore’s rapid reading assessment and BrainLeap’s Attention Arcade work very well together in schools. One identifies students who struggle with reading and the other helps strengthen attention skills that teachers do not have the tools for training. This can be a powerful combination in conjunction with the language skills that teachers train.
If you would like to learn more about Lexplore or the Attention Arcade, we would be happy to share with you how your struggling readers can become much stronger readers.