Doodling for Dyslexia – Kinesthetic and Dyslexic Learners FREE Printable Pack

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Don’t miss out on these tips and resources to teach your dyslexic and kinesthetic homeschoolers more successfully. The methods were designed especially for students with dyslexia, but honestly… these are ideas that every homeschooler can put to good use. Any creative activity that activates the right brain (the creative side) makes a difference in your child’s ability […]

FREE Daily Review Sheet + Fry Sight Word Lists (Dyslexia + Dyscalculia)

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Do you have a learner at home with dyslexia, dyscalculia, or one who just needs consistent review of the same skills in order to truly master them? How about a student who is just learning to read, and you need a good source of sight words to pull from for instruction and game play? This current […]

The Ultimate List of Dyslexia Resources

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Check out this extensive list of resources for dyslexic families. It was not surprising to me to find out that 17% of our nation’s children have trouble learning to read and that approximately five percent of the student population are diagnosed with learning disabilities. What is hard is that most families don’t know where to start to get over […]

How to Help a Student with Dyslexia Learn to Read

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If your child struggles with dyslexia, you know how difficult it is for him to learn to read. Perhaps you suspect that your child might have this difficulty, but you just aren’t sure. You can click here to learn more about the topic: 11 Warning Signs A Student May Have Dyslexia. There’s no need to feel […]

FREE Dyslexia Resources

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If you have a child with dyslexia, you know what a challenge educating her can be. Homeschool Giveaways wants to come alongside you with practical help, and we are pleased to have found these free resources offered by HomeschoolingWithDyslexia.com! I counted around 20 helps including free ebooks, Google Chrome apps, dyslexia games, posters, templates, assessments, and […]

6 FREE Printable Doodling for Dyslexia Packs (Not Just For the Child with Dyslexia)

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Children who struggle with dyslexia need to engage in activities that stimulate the right brain. Adventurehomeschool.com has an informative post on how doodling can help in this area! The great thing is that every child can benefit, not just those that struggle with dyslexia.Here are six, free, printable Doodling for Dyslexia Packs that can be […]

Multi-Sensory Sight Words – FREE Printable Worksheets and Activities

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 This package has Multi-sensory Lessons to introduce a sight word using several  senses, rather than relying on rote memory techniques. Combining multiple  learning styles like Saying, Tracing, Writing, Reading, and Playing in a lesson  enhances the understanding and the learner is able to retain the information  longer and give your learner the best chance at retention. […]

Teaching Students with Dyslexia with FREE Printables

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Children with dyslexia have IQs that could handle reading, and yet they struggle with it. If you have a child that has dyslexia, you will be encouraged to read the understanding, helpful words one mom has written. She lists steps to help your child andoffers free printable worksheets!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable […]

FREE Printable Symptoms of Dyslexia Screening Checklist

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If your child has great difficulty reading, spelling, sequencing, or handwriting, you may be doing your best to help and it still may not seem like enough. Dyslexia is a common reading and spelling disability that affects about 10% of students. Check out this free, printable Symptoms of Dyslexia Screening Checklist to see if you need […]

FREE Printable Cue Cards for Students Who Struggle With Letter Reversal

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You may have a child that struggles with letter reversal, and these free, printable Cue Cards may help! They are perfect for setting out at your child’s work area. Letter and word reversals are often associated with dyslexia, although letters like “b” and “d” can be confusing to all young children. Much more information is […]