Reversing Reversals for Struggling Readers

The Reversing Reversals Series are Dr. Warren's most popular publications, and this series works great with any reading program. This series begins with building the core cognitive skills that are needed to learning reading and math skills.  Later publications, help to develop visual processing, tracking skills, and more.  Designed specifically for students with dyslexia, this series is a great place to begin with discouraged learners. 


    Strategies for Letter Reversals:

    Letter reversals worksheets can be used to illustrate multisensory strategies, provide fun game-like activities that exercise directionality, right and left discrimination as well as word and letter formation.

    Learn About of the Publications in this Series:

    Reversing Reversal Primary:


    Fun activities strengthen and improve the core skills needed for reading and writing.  All the activities and games utilize animal characters. Areas of cognition addressed: visual memory, auditory memory, sequential memory, visual reasoning, auditory reasoning, visual discrimination, receptive language, listening skills, mental flexibility, attention, attention to details, visual tracking, spatial skills and directionality. 

    1. Animal tracking games

    2. Visual - sequential memory activities 

    3. Auditory memory exercises

    4. Spatial memory activities

    5. Following directions games


    Reversing Reversals Beginners:


    Enjoyable exercises help and develop letter, number and symbol recognition.  The product was created to exercise the following cognitive processing operations: visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.  

    1. Coloring activities for common reversals

    2. Tracking activities for consonant and vowel discrimination and common Mazes that strengthen letter, number and symbol recognition

    3. Recognizing sequential and pattern activities

    4. Utilizing strategies


    Reversing Reversals:


    Entertaining workbook pages improve letter, number and symbol recognition. The publication also works on left-right discrimination and cardinal directions.  Areas of cognition practiced include visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attenti

    on, pattern recognition, and directionality.   

    1. Activities for tracking vowel and consonant discrimination and common reversals

    2. Coloring exercises for common reversals

    3. Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination

    4. Exercises for left/right and cardinal direction recognition

    5. Game suggestions

    6. Strategies for students

    Reversing Reversals 2: 

    Game-like activities grow and further develop letter, number, and symbol identification. The publication offers additional pages that work on direction discrimination.  Cognitive processing domains include: visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.  

    1. Sorting activities for common reversals

    2. Tracking exercises for letter, number and symbol reversals

    3. Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination

    4. Hidden image activities that stimulate symbol discrimination

    5. Directionality games

    6. Student strategies