You’ll love this video and you will feel more confident to help your little one read despite dyslexia.
Learn easy ideas, games and strategies to give your child a boost when they need it the most! Everything else in school depends on your child is getting a good start in reading. Don’t waste your child’s time and enthusiasm – learn how to most effectively get your Kindergarten or Grade 1 child reading. Have fun together, and don’t let dyslexia spoil the party!
Any parent can teach their kindergarten child with dyslexia if they have the right knowledge. Teaching a Grade one child with dyslexia is just as straightforward, and again you’re going to need to know what will work and what won’t.
This dyslexia video advice is all about teaching a child with dyslexia the basics of reading and how to learn them without feeling the sense of frustration and futility that young kids often feel. If you’ve ever thought, “I wish someone will help my dyslexic child to read… if only I had a magic wand” then this video is for you.
Getting a good start in reading is essential for your child in the future years, so we encourage you to check out the games, ideas and straightforward strategies in this video and to put them into practice. You might have to count to your child’s initial lack of enthusiasm with some great rewards and other motivating factors, but if you push through the resistance, then your child can learn to read as effectively as their friends and there’s no reason why they can’t succeed in the long term. So go on, let’s get started learning how to help a kindergarten or Grade one child with dyslexia to become a stronger reader!