Parents and Professionals agree. Dyslexia Games Therapy really works!
Discover a FUN way to help kids overcome reading, spelling, and writing problems!
"He's reading wonderfully now!"
"My son used Dyslexia Games last year and the year before and loved it! It was so helpful, he is reading wonderfully now."
"She loved Them!"
"Madison, my dyslexic daughter, is on her last book already from Dyslexia Games Series B and she wants to know if you have any more? She has loved them! I don't ever have to even bring up doing them. She also likes the fact that she gets to do something "cool" that her siblings don't. Dyslexia Games is something that she excels at! That is huge because she has to really work hard when it come to academics."
"Check out Dyslexia Games"
"Check out Dyslexia Games for a resource to help students who struggle with Reading, Writing, and Spelling that is caused by Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD or other challenges. These games could just be used by homeschooling moms who want their kids to “exercise their brains” during non-schooling hours!"
- Michael Farris, President of HSLDA
"They are teaching him fine motor skills"
"My son absolutely loves Dyslexia Games!!! He is so excited to do the worksheets. They are teaching him the fine motor skills that he needs. Having a diagnosis of Asperger’s Disorder was terrifying for us. The inspiration you have shared with us has opened up a whole new world to my husband and I. We look at things differently and I feel closer to the way our son sees the world. For that I am forever grateful ."
"He said he wanted to do more!"
"I just really wanted to share this! Before school today I got out our 1st Dyslexia Games book and sat my 6yr old down in front of it. I told him after 5 minutes he could do something else. He finished three pages in five minutes, and when the timer rang he said he wanted to do more!! This is the same boy that throws books around the room and screams and shouts because he can't sit and concentrate!! I am gob smacked - thank you!!!!"
"We have noticed a huge improvement in our son's handwriting after working through the first ten lessons in Dyslexia Games Series A. We also notice that if we do a page or two every morning before school, he does better at school that day...it is as if the worksheets help him settle his mind and get him ready to learn."
"A source of hope and encouragement!"
Recently, I was pleased to discover Dyslexia Games. They are an enchanting and innovative way to address the unique challenges kids with dyslexia and related difficulties face. These games are practical tools, but most important of all, they are fun! Besides the games, the website is a source of hope and encouragement for parents of children with special needs."
-Dr. James Pendleton, FL
"He actually asks to read books now!"
"My 8 year old boy has mild dyslexia. In the past, reading was a daily battle, often leaving both of us very frustrated (I homeschool). Since I started using your books about 5 weeks ago, he is no longer dreading reading! He actually asks to read books! Thank you for providing such a wonderful tool for us! You rock!"
" I can already see an amazing difference!"
"This program is amazing. My daughter is on book #3 and I can already see an amazing difference in her. Not just reading but she is so much more confident in herself. It is as if a part of her brain was asleep and now it is awake. She says that things aren't as confusing as they use to be. I am so thankful I found Dyslexia Games, and so thankful that God gave the idea to the developers!"
- Sharon Atkins
"A freshly innovative tool"
"An education is one of the most important gifts a parent can provide for a child. As with any profession, be it medicine, plumbing or mechanics, unique tools are required to accomplish the expected task. "The Dyslexia Games Learning Program" is a freshly innovative educational tool which has the potential to help a child overcome common learning challenges associated with Dyslexia and ADHD."
- Dr. Scott Smith, D.O.
"I was amazed!"
“My seven year old son struggles so much with reading, writing and spelling. I love homeschooling my son, but it can be hard at times when he doesn't enjoy anything I try with him. I just began using Dyslexia Games and when I gave his first sheet... WOW!!!!!!! He completed the WHOLE sheet without ANY delay, interruptions, or whining! He loved the puzzle games and completed his first worksheet perfectly! Now he is asking for more. I was amazed! It was like a light bulb turned on in his brain and my husband and I just sat and watched in pure joy!”
- Kim B.
"Schoolwork has been a battle until now!"
"My son is 10 yrs old, the oldest of our five children. I've homeschooled him from the beginning. He has always been a little "different". I have purchased your lessons, and my son is LOVING them!! Suddenly, (magically, LOL!) his hand isn't cramping up after the first quarter of a page of work! He is enjoying the lessons! Schoolwork has been a battle with him until now."
"I would recommend them to anyone"
"My son has dyslexia and has always hated anything to do with reading. He LOVES doing this program. He asks me when he wakes up in the morning if can he work on his books. He is very still and quiet when he is working on them. He is 9 years old and usually doesn't sit still or be quiet! As a home schooling mother of 6, I am very impressed with these books!! I would recommend them to everyone. The customer service is amazing!!! They really do care about their customers!"
"I am recommending the program to my friends and clients"
"I have worked in the health and nutritional field for 18 years with children and adults with ADHD and autism. The Dyslexia Games worksheets are unlike anything else I have ever seen used with children with learning disabilities. The games and puzzles have the potential to help many children. I am already recommending the program to my friends and clients!”
"We are having great success with your materials. Keep doing your good work in the world" -Kristen Mitchell - Education Specialist of ClassicalAcademy.com
"So many tears over why my precious daughter couldn't 'get it'. All the other kids were reading, writing, understanding. We kept adding the many curriculums, NOTHING was working. She was behind, and I felt like a failure. So we threw it ALL AWAY! Full stop. Learning was supposed to fun, right? So let's get back to fun. This is where we found Dyslexia Games. Game changer! Fun, learning AND help with dyslexia? Count us in! Halfway through the A series I saw a spark come back. School was something fun again, something she wanted to do. And then, big ole mama tears when an 'ah-ha' moment crossed her face. She started to see differences between b and p. SHE did it, all on her own, with the help of Dyslexia Games. It slowly started working, helping her brain see things differently. Just playing logic games. It works!We are now onto Series B, and she is excited about reading! That alone is a huge victory in our world." -Shelley Boudreaux
"I homeschool my three daughters, work part time, and this year we have added a new baby to the mix. This was our fifth year of workbook based homeschooling, and our fifth year of frustration and daily meltdowns. I felt like a failure - my fourth grader hated anything to do with writing and was behind in math and spelling, my third grader was reading on a first grade level, and my second grader had an extremely short attention span leaving me frustrated and angry that she couldn't focus. Four weeks into our school year I found myself hating school even more than my kids did. I was ready to quit, and started researching other options in my area. I decided to take one week off, and spent the week praying and searching for an answer."
"And then I found the Dyslexia Games website and the Thinking Tree Journals. Your materials have completely changed how I teach my children! We look forward to school every day, and instead of rushing through everything just to get it over with, they are always asking to do "just one more page!" I constantly find myself saying, "I'm sorry, you are going to have to go play for a little while before supper..." My oldest daughter wrote a two page story on her own today, my middle daughter is reading by herself, and my youngest's focusing problems have all but disappeared. I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am. I am moved to tears to see my children enjoying learning. Thank you so much. You have saved my homeschool!" -Tara Reasor
My 5 year-old, Silas, is working on Dyslexia Games! He begs to do more and more pages every day! Thanks again." - Megan Russell
"I am so impressed by what your program is doing for some of my students. Their parents are also loving the independence of their children." --Glenda Lourens
"I recently ordered the Dyslexia Games pdf file. My 11 year old had so much fun, he asks to do more ;) Thank you for the bible freebie too, we loved coloring together, it was so relaxing. I just wanted to let you know, you have made my homeschool day a beautiful thing this morning. I could just hug you for creating this wonderful workbook series. I look forward to saving my pennies so I can order the homeschool moms book soon. :) THANK YOU AGAIN." -Desi Lee
"We are currently using Dyslexia Games. We are only on the second book. I can tell that you my daughter loves them and there's no forcing her to do the game sheets. I actually have to limit the amount she does per day." - Lisa Young
"It wasn't until my daughter was 8, and still struggling to read simple words, that I finally realized something was not going right with her reading. I was frustrated, she was frustrated, and reading and writing were not pleasant experiences. She was embarrassed about not being able to read, and became increasingly withdrawn and self-conscious. Today, I have a different child! Right from the start she loved the Dyslexia Games workbooks, and happily spent time doing the games and puzzles, and making it all pretty with pens and pencils. A few days after starting, she began to confidently point out words in picture books while I was reading to her. I have hope for her future. I'm so thankful for your program of games and puzzles!" -Gin Taylor
"Thank you so very much for the wonderful resources you share with us!!! We are working through series A and am so grateful for the progress I see in my daughter... even more, the enjoyment and confidence I see in her.
Many blessings to you!!!"
"I just thought I'd let you know that after only four pages, my daughter is convinced Dyslexia Games is already working. I of course did not disagree, after all attitude is an important ingredient to success. Thought you might find it amusing/encouraging, as I did." - Leah Parris
My son loves Dyslexia Games! The reason I thought to try your books and games was because his teachers say that he has difficulties with concentration and has trouble finishing his tasks at school. He always gets distracted. When I saw your games I thought to give them a try...so far he absolutely loves them! Thank you! -Beata Feher
"I just wanted to tell you that we are almost finished with the first book of the series and I am not seeing nearly as many reversals! One child even corrected all her reversals on her math test yesterday without prompting! She was able to catch them herself. This is a great product. Thanks so much." -Leah Stewart
"I am a Dyslexia/Literacy Specialist. In case anyone is wondering, the theory and practice behind this program is rock solid." - Roberta J. McDonald, M.Ed.
"I am not sure how Dyslexia Games is helping my son, I could just see a drastic change within two weeks of starting Dyslexia Games. After I started him on your program he quickly learned to read English! When he started reading early this year he struggled to recognise the first letter, even with phonics sounds in English. Although with Hebrew, he did not have the same problem. I am just amazed at how much he has achieved. He is doing about four exercises per day, three times per week. I have to give you so much credit for this, because I was really worried about him. But now he is just fine and enjoying learning again. When we start our day, he asks for his Dyslexia Games exercises first!" - Wilna
"These unique and creative games are a valuable resource in assisting our students who may require extra support with fine motor and visual motor integration skills." - Vanessa, Sanctuary Point Public School – Australia
"My seven year old daughter Kayli has severe ADHD with a learning disability. Her language arts and math skills are taught exclusively by a special education team. A month after starting Art First with her I went to a conference with the special ed team who gushed about how all of the sudden Kayli started "getting it". She was self-correcting errors, paying much more attention to details and instructions, correcting backwards letters, and moving forward quicker. After a couple more months of watching my daughter's amazing progress, which also spread to math, the special education team knew they had to find a way to purchase Dyslexia Games for the other children that were struggling at school. I have now purchased the B set for my older son who struggles with Dyslexia. Thank you for creating such amazing workbooks that my kids love!" - Sandy Rytting
My son has Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia. I have seen a huge improvement in all areas. Just 3 weeks of using Dyslexia Games and he wakes up and immediately is working on his handwriting before I am even awake. He is now reading chapter books where before he couldn't read 3 letter words. Now don't get me wrong he still has a lot of work to do to get up to his age level but he is getting there quickly. This books have been amazing for him."
"I love Dyslexia games! I originally bought it to help my 9 year old daughter last spring who was struggling learning to read, and shows signs of Dyslexia. She loves the artistic aspect of it, and has completed level A and most of B. I have definitely seen an improvement in her reading, letter confusion, and confidence. My other three kids are also using it and it helps them all in different ways. My 11 year old daughter has always struggled big time with spelling. No other programs we tried helped her in this area. After a year of Funschooling spelling journals and DG games C her spelling is starting to really improve. Last Sunday she brought home a paper that she wrote in Sunday school and everything on it was spelled correctly. My 7 year old is almost done with DG A, and my 13 year old is using DG C. I'm hoping it will improve his handwriting and focus." :) - Abbie Steffensen
"My youngest 8 is using Series A, his writing has really improved.
My 10 year old went from tears and frustration with reading and writing to writing without complaint, not reversing letters as often, and reading with more confidence. Right now she is my only dyslexic child. She's working through Series B
My 13 year old has almost finished Series C and has picked books off a shelf to read for pleasure. This NEVER happened before we discovered Dyslexia Games!" -Janet Culea Cruz
My 9 yo daughter was so frustrated with school. There were days that all we did was cry and say no more for today. She reversed letters and numbers, saw letters that weren't there, didn't see letters that were there, hated reading, and really hated writing. We were about to give up on me being able to help her and hire a tutor to come to the house. A friend, Erin, introduced me to Crack the Code, Dyslexia Games and Fun-schooling. Within a couple weeks she was reading her sight words with few errors. She started writing her own stories. She started ASKING, yes ASKING, to read aloud to me. Now, she can do something all kids desire to do, read the program guide to find her favorite shows. What used to lead to tears and anxiety is now looked forward to and done willingly and joyfully. I'm so grateful we found these books.
"When my daughter couldn't read in her Grade 6 year, I knew we had to make a significant change. She struggled. There were lots of tears. I kept seeing Dyslexia Games but knew nothing about it. We decided to take a chance with it as we didn't have many other options at that point. We got Set B and told our daughter she didn't have to do anything else that year but the DG books. And listen to Audio books. That's all she did. My daughter, who had been a non reader, who had only done the Dyslexia Games books and listened to Audio books all year was suddenly reading the books. I honestly think it was out of sheer boredom - and it was slow going at first. But the joy on her face when she realized what she was doing is something I will never forget. And now? She reads all the time. She still loves listening to audio books but she also reads books all the time. It is such an amazing gift. We are still not home. We had to toss out all our books due to smoke damage. But I will be getting her the next level and I will be getting the A series for my youngest who is showing all the same signs of Dyslexia. I am so grateful we found these books and so thrilled to see how the amount of journals has grown so significantly. Thank you for creating them. They changed everything for my daughter." -Karen Godin
Sarah & all - I just have to share. I am a former public school elementary teacher who worked primarily with kids that had print disabilities. I know all the latest literature, all the tricks and have taught pretty much every dyslexia curriculum out there. Yet, my 7 year old could not read. She was clearly dyslexic (and probably dysgraphic too), and she knew all her sounds. Yet, we had been working on "the" since kindergarten and she still hadn't mastered it. I bought dyslexia games the first week of October and dropped everything else we were doing for reading. We just did her "puzzle pages" (which is what we call dyslexia games, 2 a day typically) and a month later, (Seriously, ONE month!) she was reading picture books, and now 3 months later she is at grade level. I never picked up the rest of her reading curriculum. I cannot express my gratitude to Sarah and dyslexia games enough.
"Dyslexia Games. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for creating these!! My 8 yr old has ADHD and Dyslexia. She has struggled with reading and reading confidence to the point of having anxiety over reading basic CVC words. Tonight, on her own accord, she read 3 (THREE) books by herself!! Level 1 readers. She's putting together 4-9 letter words finally on her own without the struggle, frustration, or fear! She didn't want to stop! I had to make her put them down at 11pm lol. It's like something finally clicked for her. As if her brain is finally able to put the pieces together. She was giggly and had butterflies in her tummy from it. She said it's easier for her eyes to see the words and to follow them.
We're only about 25 pages in on book 1 of DG level A. I can't wait to see what the rest of the books open up for her!" -Jessica Mullins Mitchell