Back to school can be stressful for both Home school mom's, and Regular school mom's, or even the ever growing popular, Un-school mom's! Whatever the case may be...if you have a Dyslexic child...this is most likely, more challenging!
But, there are some great tools that make life easier and relieve some of the stress to let your kids develop the joy of learning!
Here are just some of those great resources!
These are very important! Pencil grips help with Dexterity and multi-sensory for those that struggle with Dysgraphia. Normally, most Dyslexic children have some form of Dysgraphia in varying degrees.
Use these to bring a new concept in handwriting for the White Board!
Brain Games are always fun!
Using Creativity for multi-sensory learning is the best way to bring out neurological pathways! Seeing in 3D-Even better!
Sometimes seeing is believing!
Building up fine motor skills is key and helps build the cross-way paths of the brain for development and better cognitive memory. This helps the children learn and process information easily. Great way to set up the day and start with some fine-motor skill training!
Things like tying our shoes we can take for granted. Especially for the struggling Dyslexic, this poses a major challenge! Also spacial positioning can be hard. This is a great way to do some good hands-on learning!
It's always good to go back to the basics and re-read the easy stuff to keep building their phonemic awareness!!! Or better-yet, have it read for you while seeing the words. Super fun!
Well, that is it for today folks. I hope this has helped guide you in what to look out for that can really boost learning at home. Whether it is after school or home during the day...these tools are very useful for the Dyslexic learner!
Happy Learning :D
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