Playing games which require children to follow fast-moving events, track moving objects and pay attention to all areas of the screen teaches them to draw meaning from written words, researchers explained.
Dr Andrea Facoetti of the University of Padua in Italy, who led the study, said: “Action video games enhance many aspects of visual attention, mainly improving the extraction of information from the environment. —Video games ‘teach dyslexic children to read’ – Telegraph.
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