Reversing Reversals

The Reversing Reversals Series are Dr. Warren's most popular publications and this series works great with any reading program. 

Reversing Reversal Primary: Fun activities strengthen and develop 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.  

  • Simple animal tracking games
  • Visual - sequential memory activities 
  • Auditory memory activities
  • Spatial memory activities
  • Following directions games

Reversing Reversals Beginners: Fun activities strengthen and develop letter, number and symbol recognition.  Areas of cognition addressed: visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.  

  • Simple coloring activities for common reversals
  • Simple tracking activities for consonant and vowel discrimination and common letter reversals
  • Simple mazes that strengthen letter, number and symbol recognition
  • Simple sequential and pattern recognition activities
  • Strategies for success

Reversing Reversals: Fun activities strengthen and develop letter, number and symbol recognition. The publication also works on left - right discrimination and cardinal directions.  Areas of cognition addressed: visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.   

  • Tracking activities for vowel and consonant discrimination and common reversals
  • Challenging coloring activities for common reversals
  • Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination
  • Activities for left/right and cardinal direction recognition
  • Game suggestions
  • Strategies for success

Reversing Reversals 2:  Fun activities strengthen and further develop letter, number and symbol recognition. The publication offers additional pages that work on left - right discrimination and cardinal directions.  Areas of cognition addressed: visual discrimination, sequential processing, tracking, abstract reasoning, attention, pattern recognition, and directionality.  

  • Sorting activities for common reversals
  • Tracking activities for letter, number and symbol reversals
  • Mazes that strengthen letter and number discrimination
  • Hidden image activities that strengthen challenging symbol discrimination
  • Directionality games
  • Strategies for success