Enjoy These Helpful Tips And Ideas For Helping Your Child Get Back On Track, Despite Dyslexia

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Helping Kindergarten And Grade 1 Children With Dyslexia

It is so important to children in Kindergarten and Grade 1 to get off to a great start with their learning, so we need dyslexia-friendly strategies. Having dyslexia should not be something that holds any child back if the environment is adjusted at school and at home. There really are so many things you can do to ensure that your child starts school well.

Your child will need a lot of things put inplace by teachers and parents, but doing this early and wholeheartedly will definitely pay off! After all, your child deserves a great start, right?

These Dyslexia Courses are here to help you get things set up well so your child can keep up at school, and even thrive!


Helping Grade 2-3 Children With Dyslexia

Often the cause of children struggling is that their dyslexia has not been diagnosed early enough. If this has happened to your child, don’t panic. You can still help your child get back on track at any stage of school. These videos will give you a range of tips and ideas so you can confidently help your own child.

By Grade 2 and Grade 3, children with dyslexia usually view themselves as strugglers or failures. It’s really important to intervene and put good things in place to get your child back on track as soon as possible. It is realistic to think that within 6-12 months your child can be back in the middle of the class or even in the top half. However, for this, you must understand which skills to teach your dyslexic child and how to plan activities so they are dyslexia-friendly.Video for Mothers

These Dyslexia Courses  are here to help you prioritize the most important skills and to teach them in fun ways so dyslexia does not prevent your child from enjoying school and succeeding at reading and writing.


Helping Grade 4-7 Children With Dyslexia

It’s never too late to help a Grade 4-7 child with dyslexia to improve in reading and writing, but we really can’t afford to mess around at this stage.

If you’ve only had a recent dyslexia diagnosis, your child has spent years feeling stupid and inadequate. Your child probably views school as a painful place where they can’t succeed and will avoid reading and writing whenever possible. This causes a downward spiral in skills and confidence, so it’s important to intervene.

If you have known for quite a long time that your child has dyslexia but your child still has not caught up at school then it is really important to make some big changes and soon. By now, your child will probably have a low self-esteem and a low sense of self-confidence. It is also likely that your child has started to blame others or may even be “hiding” behind the label of “dyslexia”.

Whatever the circumstances, these problems will require courage, perseverance and a well thought-out plan in place. These Dyslexia Courses  are a fantastic place to get the information you need to help your own child.


Helping Grade 7-12 Children With Dyslexia

It can be challenging to help a child between Grades 7-12 to do well at school when they have dyslexia. So many of the skills they need are just missing for many of these kids so it’s really important to give them extra support.  The Dyslexia Course will make a big difference to how you set expectations on how you approach school and how you chat with your child about the tough issues.