Best Resources for Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Games, teaching tips, getting started, and more!
Lately I have been searching for some helpful resources to guide me on my journey of homeschooling a child with dyslexia. (Read our story here.) We have made some great strides with reading this year, but we are still struggling in other areas like writing and spelling.This roundup contains help in all areas of homeschooling! There are game and app suggestions, teaching tips, podcasts, encouragement and more! I hope you find what you are looking for!
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Apps and Games
A list of online learning games for kids with dyslexia.
There are some really great app suggestions here. This is a huge list with reading, writing, spelling, math, note-taking apps, and more!
The Letter Tiles app is 25% off until February 9, 2018!
Letter Tiles App is a new app from All About Learning Press. You can build words, hear the phonogram sounds, divides words into syllables, and more.
This is a creat article on teaching math It includes helps for mastering math facts, and recommendations for math programs for children with dyslexia.
Writing is super challenging for my son. These tips are super helpful!
If your child has dyslexia, they may also have dysgraphia. This is a good resource for information on dysgraphia.
Having a child with dyslexia can be really challenging at times. This post is a great read for moms in need of some encouragement! (Grab some tissues before you read this one!)
Advice from a mother who has been there!
This is a really encouraging story.
I love to hear success stories like this!
There are some really good tips here, along with some resource and curriculum suggestions.
My son has always had a really hard time with memorization, and sight words were no exception.
Tips for teaching reading.
This is a really good podcast on kids who are both gifted and special needs.
If you suspect dyslexia, check out this checklist.