Life, Love and Dyslexia

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Are you educating a creative child?

 

Tips, Tricks and Wisdom from Sarah Janisse Brown

Mom, Educator, Dyslexia Specialist and Founder of Thinking Tree Books 

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Your child doesn't learn like other kids.  He has to be on the go.  She is always creating something new.  He just wants to play... ALL THE TIME.  She's not interested in textbooks, but she likes computers.  He is in his own world.  She loves field trips and hates sitting still. She can't stop talking. He daydreams. She doodles. She is perfect.  He is perfect. They just have a different way of learning....

By Bette Fetter 

 

Dyslexia is a learning “disability” with strong ties to visual-spatial learning. Dyslexics think in pictures, struggle with language and may even struggle with sequencing. These learners can have brilliant visual-spatial abilities and need some extra help developing reading and literacy skills.

 

 

These are a few activities you can do at home to help your child improve their learning skills and gain confidence:

 

  • Clay models for non-picture words – Dyslexic kids are visual learners and need images to connect to the words they a...

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