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Homeschool Dyslexia Curriculum

Homeschooling is hard, but homeschooling with dyslexia is even more challenging. Thankfully, there is a homeschool dyslexia curriculum that can help. Homeschooling with Dyslexia My oldest son has dyslexia. He was diagnosed while he was in third grade and started receiving Orton-Gillingham based intervention that year. We were homeschooling at the time and the onus …

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5 Tips for Navigating Online Classes for Students with Dyslexia

Do you or your child have dyslexia? Learning how to navigate online classes can be tricky! We asked Dan Jordan, author, counselor, and disabilities services coordinator, to share some of the best tips for navigating online classes for students with dyslexia. Tips for students with dyslexia as they Navigate distance learning Tip 1: Know the …

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How to Help Students with Letter Reversals

Letter reversals can be a struggle for some children. Though it can be troubling for parents and teachers, it’s not necessarily cause for alarm. Letter reversals aren’t uncommon in children 7 years old and younger. Why do kids reverse letters? One of the first things that come to mind with letter reversals is dyslexia. It’s …

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5 Places to Find Audiobooks

Audiobooks can be a lifesaver for kids with dyslexia, but they also have some great homeschool applications. Here are 5 places to find audiobooks to use with your students. Let’s Talk About Finding Audiobooks They’re particularly useful in a homeschool or classroom setting, where students who have trouble reading can often enjoy a book without …

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