ISBN: 164152104X
EAN13: 9781641521048
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 30, 2018
Pages: 136
Dimensions: 0.38" H x 10" L x 8" W
Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia: 101 Games and Activities to Teach Your Child to Read

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Book Overview

Fun exercises to make reading easier for kids with dyslexia ages 7 to 12

Learning to read with dyslexia can be a challenge for kids, but it's a challenge they can conquer-with the right tools. Using a targeted approach to skill development, Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia features more than 100 colorful games and activities that strengthen auditory processing skills, support letter formation in writing, and, most importantly, make reading fun

This workbook filled with dyslexia tools for kids offers:

  • Daily practice―This standout among dyslexia books gives kids opportunities to practice their reading skills with exercises focused on phonemic awareness, dysgraphia, and auditory processing disorder.
  • Playful activities―Kids will delight in exploring everything from phonics games to mazes, word association, matching, coloring, listening, and more.
  • 6 Different learning methods―Get a dyslexic reading aid for kids that's built on multiple research-based approaches to learning, giving kids a chance to see what works best for them.

Turn kids into lifelong readers, and help them along the road to overcoming dyslexia with fun-filled games that build their skills and confidence.

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   Helpful Book
I am an ex-teacher and reading specialist, now retired. I now do some tutoring and I have a little boy who has some dyslexic tendencies and difficulties with reading. I bought this book in the hope that I might be able to use it with him. It has been very good for it to have been very good. There is a lot of practice with rhyming, blending, syllables, counting words in a sentence and matching. Just what he needs, just what he wants. He enjoys using it because it is colorful and fun, adding in it little games. I am very happy with my purchase.
 
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   Meant for very young children
This book is really meant for kids who are 5 and under. This is not meant for an elementary school child who is struggling with reading or showing signs of dyslexia. I tried using this with my 7 year old daughter, and is honestly too juvenile and not helpful at all. I would recommend that you try something else. There is not enough substance to this book. I enjoy the other books in this series, but unfortunately, I have wasted my money on this one.
 
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   If your child is struggling do not hesitate to buy this! It is amazing!
If I could give this workbook 10 stars, I would! My 7 year old daughter loves it! She has had a very hard time in school with reading. I have never been able to convince her to do another workbook out there. She asks every day to do this and has made great strides! I tell everyone about this how I feel ''.
 
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   Excellent!
This is an excellent workbook! I have had every workbook there for 20 years of homeschooling. I have not been able to find anything that is good for dyslexia for my youngest that teaches and is engaging for him. I liked it so much that I looked at the author and bought her learn to read workbook and that is also excellent. Thank you so much for the kind words!
 
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   Great side addition to my homeschooling curriculum!
This book is great and simple. My 7 year old dyslexic son is now reading because of this book, helping it to click.
 
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   The Kid Loved It
My step-granddaughter has a very dysfunctional biologicalcustodial mother who refuses to believe that she has dyslexia and won't be tested. I bought this and my daughter started with her activities. The girl actively asks to do the activities and Mom now drops the girl off at their place when there is a reading or spelling quiz coming up, because she does so much better when working with her! Win!
 
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   Wonderful workbook!
My 7 year old daughter is LOVING this book! We've had it for a week and is already 21 on activity, she wants to do several each day. I hope Hannah Braun is working on a sequel for the next level, my daughters are going to be so sad when we finish this!
 
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