Most kids are smart. But lots of kids have brains that don’t process at peak efficiency.

What does that mean? Our brains receive a constant stream of sensory information: auditory information, from car horns to a teacher lecturing to a class; and visual information, from the color of our socks to the headline in the newspaper. Even if our eyes and ears are working well, our brains still need to process all of this information so that we can make meaning from our world.

What does it look like when kids’ brains are not processing at peak efficiency? They need questions or directions repeated. They struggle to sustain attention in class. They have difficulty getting meaning from things they read.

The good news is that we can fix this problem in 3 to 4 months with daily exercises for the brain that promote processing efficiency. Just like we exercise our bodies in the gym or on the track to build physical fitness, we can build brain fitness through targeted exercises that adapt to our abilities.

Be Amazing Learning provides solutions that build brain processing efficiency in critical cognitive skill areas like working memory, processing rates, attention and sequencing. The programs are based on decades of research into brain plasticity, and provide effective, enduring and validated results in just 3-4 months.

For more information, please visit our Web site at beamazinglearning.com, or call (800) 792-4809.

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