When Kids Hate Reading


We can be proactive about helping our kids read, especially if they hate reading. New moms are excited about teaching their kids to read, not knowing that some difficulties may arise. Some moms are going through this very issue with their kids now. If your child has a learning disability, then it makes things 100 […]

Teaching Kids with Writing Difficulties


Learn how to teach kids with writing difficulties, dyslexia, dysgraphia, processing difficulties and more. There are many difficulties children can have with writing from dyslexia or dysgraphia (my son has both), to muscular or developmental issues that prevent a child from physically being able to write for long periods of time. These are very real […]

Understanding Dyscalculia- Making Sense of Numbers and Math Concepts


Understand dyscalculia with this post full of useful information. Dyscalculia is when kids have trouble making sense of numbers and math concepts. Other kids with dyscalculia can’t grasp basic number concepts. It’s so hard, because in a subject where memorization can be such a huge part of the learning process, with dyscalculia learning and memorizing […]

FREE Products and Tools for Teaching Kids with Dyslexia


Learn about free products and tools for teaching your homeschooler with dyslexia. Sometimes, it feels like you are making very little progress with your child on reading. Thankfully, there are loads of resources, tools, products, and information available to help you along in this reading journey with overcoming dyslexia. Its better for your kids to […]

How to Teach Sight Words to Kids With Dyslexia


Learn specific methods to help you teach your child with dyslexia. Sight words are words that don’t follow the usual rules and therefore, need to be memorized by ‘sight’. Unfortunately, memorizing sight words is something a child with dyslexia can’t do. People with dyslexia can be taught to read, but with the right methods. Read […]

Labeling Kids With Dyslexia is Good


Many parents may wonder if labeling a child with dyslexia is a bad idea or not. This mom of 7 dyslexic children and dyslexia advocate, strongly believes that labeling kids with dyslexia is a good thing. She is right; there should be no shame in a dyslexia diagnosis for anyone. Acknowledging dyslexia is the first step to working […]

Doodling for Dyslexia – Kinesthetic and Dyslexic Learners FREE Printable Pack


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 […]