Phonics and dyslexia

The best way to teach your dyslexic child to read and spell – phonics and dyslexia part 1 This blog on phonics and dyslexia is part of my dyslexia in the classroom series and a must read for parents and all educators. Please read and share. It’s important to...

The strengths of dyslexia – the infographic

While of course, children with dyslexia have their struggles, focusing purely on these struggle does no one any good. Sometimes we need to take a step back and look at positive impacts and influences. So today, I’m focusing on the strengths of dyslexia. For an...

Dyslexia strengths: let’s look at the positives

What if I was to tell you that being dyslexic actually has a number of advantages. Would you believe me? While it may seem like a constant struggle for your child as they navigate their way through school, dyslexia is thought by many successful professionals to be...

Are you dyslexia aware?

Being dyslexia aware is vital for all schools and educators. Every child with dyslexia is affected in a different way. Some have more serious issues with reading and spelling while for others, the main struggle is processing speed, organization or short term memory....

Accessible classroom – the infographic for teachers

An accessible classroom is so important for inclusion, confidence and understanding. All resources and information should be fully accessible to every child within that class. As part of my dyslexia in the classroom series, I am once again looking at the accessible...

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