Refuse to allow your child to be beaten by dyslexia.
You will love these ‘bite-sized’ activities for your child. It’s time to get things back on track and view dyslexia as a challenge that your child will overcome.
Making it fun and celebrating success
Helping your dyslexic child with punctuation
Writing longer, more interesting sentences
teaching your child to play in paragraphs and use effective paragraph structure
Straight-forward essay planning skills
Spelling strategies that work for children with dyslexia
Many parents are looking for how to teach a child to write when they are in Grades 4, 5, 6 and 7. Plenty of children at this age start to give up on themselves and stop believing that their writing and spelling will ever improve. Where most dyslexia programs fail is that they don’t take into account that kids with dyslexia experience different emotions and levels of motivation. The dyslexia video course at dyslexiaimprovements.com is here to help you understand what motivates your dyslexic child to write and spell and how to most effectively use the limited energy and motivation they have to get the fastest results in writing and spelling. This free dyslexia video series and the paid dyslexia video courses are an ideal way for parents to start helping their child in Grades 4-7 to flourish and thrive in writing and spelling.
So, go on, get started in watching this video to help your child to write and spell more effectively and you’ll see why this information is much more likely to help your child than other dyslexia programs that you may have tried in the past.