Cup stacking has a positive impact on a child's visual processing skills and reading ability. A study conducted by Shirlene Davis at the University of North Carolina found that those who used cup stacking activities achieved higher reading scores than those who did not. This suggests that the brain-based activity of cup stacking may have contributed to the increase in reading development.
Cup stacking increases hand-eye coordination and reaction time, helping the brain develop on the right and left sides of the brain. This helps the child process and comprehend information faster and more accurately, which is necessary for taking exams and tests.