How Can I Remember All That?: Simple Stuff to Improve Your Working Memory
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How Can I Remember All That?: Simple Stuff to Improve Your Working Memory

9781785926334

By (author) Tracy Packiam Packiam Alloway , Illustrated by David O'Connell
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A child-friendly illustrated guide to what working memory is, what it feels like to have problems with your working memory, and what you can do about it. Offering easy to follow tips and strategies, this is the go-to book for kids aged 7+ to read with their parents or teachers, and includes a note for adults on testing for working memory issues.

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Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.2 x 0.8 cm

Book Type: Paperback / softback

Pages: 64

Publishing Date: 20190718

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Why can't I remember what my parents just asked me to do? Why do I feel stressed out at school when the teacher is writing on the board and talking at the same time? And what can I do about it?

Working memory issues affect a huge proportion of kids with learning differences like ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and ASD. These issues can make them feel frustrated or bored, as working memory and intelligence are two very different things. Kids with working memory problems can also act out in the classroom and at home.

In this child-friendly and authoritative guide, international working memory expert Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway walks you through what working memory is, what it feels like to have problems with your working memory, and what you can do about it. She presents key tips and strategies, such as the benefits of eating chocolate or of barefoot running, that will help children both at home and at school, and includes a section at the end for adults describing how we can test for working memory issues.

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