When a child is developing well and has learned all the skills and anchored them with sufficient repetition, it is important that children are able to combine the skills and execute them simultaneously. The brain has different tasks to perform simultaneously, such as cycling and looking around. Such as listening and writing dictated text.
To read you use different areas of your brain, such as the left / right / front and back. They must be active at the same time to form words and phrases out of letters.
You often see school children can do it, but test results may not reflect this. This is often a dysfunctional partnership of brain-functions.
The correct movement creates connections in the brains, so you have access to different skills simultaneously. Then learning comes naturally and it is fun, as it should be. Children grow and shine.
-not good at reading
-trouble with maths
-poor writing skills
-just can do 1 thing at the time