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Strategies, interventions, and techniques that teachers and parents can use to help kids with dyslexia improve their reading skills.
Margo Tester saved to Dyslexics
Supporting your child with reading can be challenging for some. I've got some techniques for you to try. Struggling readers and those with Dyslexia can double their fluency with sight words using this simple word family technique. Give these strategies a try as you support your own reader. #kids #reading #teaching #parenting #homeschool
This extremely effective way to teach sight words to kids with dyslexia helped my dyslexic son learn his sight words easily. Bonus? He enjoyed learning them as well!
Amy Moffett saved to classroom
With the holiday season almost upon us, finding fun and beneficial educational materials can be key for keeping students with dyslexia busy over the break. What's more, you can continue to use these activities throughout the year to help remediate areas of difficulty. Games can be one of the best ways to help these kids, especially because struggling learners won't even know that their brains are hard at work! Holiday Gift: One of my favorite games, Puppy Party, helps students to master the…
Tami Croff saved to Educational
As our dyslexic kids enter the middle school years I begin to add the use of assistive technology to their homeschool goals. One way we do this is through apps. The best apps for students with dyslexia are listed here.
Kesler Science saved to Differentiated Instruction
As teachers, when we see a student struggling with what we think may be dyslexia, we want to help. What works for one child doesn’t always work for another.
Galaxy One saved to Kids education
Learning Specialist and Teacher Materials - Good Sensory Learning: Do I have dyslexia? Explaining Symptoms and Myths for Kids
Raising the Extraordinary saved to Dyslexia
All week long, I have shared how I plan for a new school year. I shared where to start and also our curriculum choices for sixth and tenth grade. For Friday Fun-Day, I wanted to wrap up the week with some real life examples of how hands-on learning layers into my curriculum choices, particularly for...
Jenna Spencer saved to Reading
Have you ever wondered what your dyslexic child may be dealing with? Take a Dyslexia Simulation and experience what it is like to be dyslexic.
Monique DeLoach saved to Teach
Phonemic Awareness Strategies and Activities for Struggling Readers - phonemic awareness acitivites and games - phonics games - phonics activities - Orton-Gillingham phonics activities.
Karen DeClaro saved to Reading ideas