Dyslexia in the classroom: What every teacher should know

Dyslexia in the classroom is a complex subject to discuss. While teachers go above and beyond to help the kids in their care, there is often not the resources or training available for them to do fully understand and support. Are you a teacher? Is your classroom...

Teaching a child with dyslexia – top tips

Whether you homeschool your child(ren), are a teacher looking for advice on dyslexia or a parent supporting your child at home, teaching a child with dyslexia requires patience, understanding, praise and commitment. It also requires us all to THINK OUTSIDE THAT BOX!...

What is dyslexia? The dyslexia fact sheet

A one-page dyslexia fact sheet answering the most common questions This clear and concise dyslexia fact sheet provides essential information for those just beginning on their dyslexia journey. It is easy to digest, easy to print and easy to remember. Written for...

Dysgraphia games – Scattergories

Dysgraphia games are a great way to have fun with your child – of all ages – while they practice their pencil grip, handwriting and fine motor skills. One of the best dysgraphia games that is a family favourite in many households is Scattergories. This is...

Best games for dysgraphia

This blog I’m going to be focusing on games for dysgraphia for older children to play at home. What is dysgraphia? Dysgraphia is of course all about bad handwriting, but it’s also about so much more. When a child has dysgraphia, the act of writing is so mentally and...

What dyslexia looks like

I’m often asked what dyslexia looks like and what kids with dyslexia see. The answer is really complex as every one – whether they have dyslexia or not – sees the world in their own unique way. However, every so often I do get a glimpse into how Ella’s mind works and...

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