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One of the questions I get sometimes from Enrichment Studies parents is about dyslexia. What to do about it. How to help the kids learn. How to proceed! So I did a periscope broadcast to share about our journey with dyslexia with two of our sons, and I gave a bunch of ideas for ways to keep learning even when reading and writing are so difficult. I’ve got the replay here for you, and a list of recommended resources below.
What’s working for your dyslexic kids? What other areas do you need help with? Leave a comment!
Recommended Resources Mentioned in this Scope:
Equipping Minds is the program that eventually helped our older dyslexic son make huge strides forward in his ability to read and write! They offer help by Skype and have a workbook/DVD that can help you.
Classical Conversations Foundations Audio CD set: There is so much good help here for memorization!
Skip Counting songs: I have a whole pin board of them for you!
Sonlight: Our all-time favorite curriculum.
Bookshark: The secular branch of Sonlight, for those that prefer a non-religious curriculum.
Brave Writer: My favorite approach for all things writing and language arts (plus super duper encouraging for moms!)
Quotes from U.S. Presidents: We are using these this year and really enjoying them.
Notebooking Pages: These can be so fun and easy, without a lot of stress. Kids can easily do copywork, make lists, take notes, or share their thoughts about what they’re learning.