Make yourself a random list of letters on a page. When you read down the page, instead of saying that letter, add 1 letter and say the next one. So if your letter is A, you'd say B. If your letter is R, you'd say S. Try and visualize the letter in your mind to "see" the next letter in line. Try to do it as fast as you can. You are working on sequencing, visual memory, and processing speed here.
This is not the formal exercise I do in my excellence in processing coaching, but part of it. To do more to build information processing skills and speed, contact me.
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Sharpening brain skills and information processing can be done in a simple way and any time you want to.