1 in 4 children and adults struggle with reading, and this is often caused by poor eye movement. Whilst reading, if the eyes jump around the page rather than following the words smoothly, it is very difficult to read the words and spell correctly.
The root cause of poor eye movement is often an under-developed cerebellum - the part of the brain that helps skills develop and become natural. The Zing program pushes development of the cerebellum, which then enables skills such as eye movement to be fully developed - the eyes can then move smoothly, making reading far easier.
Additionally, as the cerebellum helps automatize more and more skills, it creates space in the thinking part of the brain, making it easier to process the information that is being read.