By Edublox



Television Exposure Associated with Attention Problems in Children

Early television exposure in children ages 1-3 is associated with attention problems at age seven, according to a study from Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle published in Pediatrics. The study revealed that each hour of television watched per day at ages 1-3 increases the risk of attention problems, such as ADHD, by almost 10 percent at age seven.

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Dyslexia: The Write Stuff

Who would have thought that sexy Tom Cruise was chastised as a child. But, by his own admission, the Collateral star says it took him years before he was able to speak openly about being dyslexic...

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There Are Ways to Beat Dyslexia

Reading and learning work hand in hard and are the two things that determine a child’s school career. Poor reading skills result in poor learning skills. This has become a reality for an alarming number of children.

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New Hope for Slow Readers

Despite having adequate intelligence and opportunity, many children show great disparity between their verbal skills and learning ability. These children, often regarded as 'learning disabled', are now being offered new hope...

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Demonstration Videos for Edublox Tutors

Demonstration of steps a-e. (Note: Individual reading wasn't done here and the words were read too fast for beginner readers. These kids have been practising for a long time.)

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Kleurblokkies Verbeter Leesprobleme Speel-Speel

OOIT gedink gekleurde blokkies, inkleurpotlode, letters en werkkaarte kan die lewe van derduisende kinders en volwassenes wêreldwyd verbeter? Dít is Audiblox, die opvoedkundige leerprogram wat al sedert die 1980's hoop bring aan mense met leer- en leesprobleme.

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Audiblox Pre-school Programme Effective for School Readiness

0% scored a stave of 1 (very weak) compared to 7% of NED children; 0% scored a stave of 2 (weak) compared to 24% of NED children; 32% scored a stave of 3 (average) compared to 38% of NED children; 53% scored a stave of 4 (good) compared to 24% of NED children; and 16% scored a stave of 5 (very good) compared to 7% of NED children. READ MORE...

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Improving Memory Fundamental to Overcoming Learning Disabilities

Memory is the retention of information over time. There are many kinds of memory: short-term memory, long-term memory, visual memory and auditory memory, to name but a few. These four kinds of memory are foundational skills of learning and improving them is fundamental towards overcoming learning disabilities.

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