Processing Speed Resources for Kids and Parents

By Dr. Randy Kulman on Saturday, May 28, 2016
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728px-Improve-Children's-Perceptual-Reasoning-Step-4Kids and teens who have slower processing speeds may have questions about what that means. Parents often feel that they cannot fully describe what exactly processing speeds are. There are a few reliable and informative websites which describe the concepts of processing speeds, and can be quite helpful for children to learn about their own processing speeds. Check out the following list of websites, updated regularly by our team at South County Child and Family Consultants. The sites are kid friendly and may also help parents better understand processing speeds, so be sure to share them with your kids.

Processing Speed Training for Kids: A great list of resources and websites that can help kids work on their processing speeds, while having fun and learning more about it! Take a look and see what activities or sources might be right for your child.

Play Video Games to Think Faster: A great explanation of how video games can improve processing speed, with some examples of how to get started. Have fun and improve your processing speed!

Slow processing speed and how it can affect students: A fascinating video that briefly highlights how a slow processing speed can be seen in students in a classroom. Great for adults, teens, and older children.

Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up: Clay Center: A great video that follows three students who have slow processing speeds, and explains how they operate in the classroom and the challenges they face. Great for kids and teens to watch with their parents.

Teacher’s Notebook: While primarily a website for teachers, this website has a variety of great resources and printed activities you can do with your child, to have fun while learning about and improving processing speed!



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