Homeschooling a child with dyslexia can be a challenge, however, there are some strategies you can implement that will make the task easier.
I went searching for some articles recently that have tips for teaching your dyslexic child at home. They are listed below. They cover everything from identifying early warning signs to using effective teaching methods.
Concerned about whether you should homeschool your dyslexic child or not? One article below explains the benefits of homeschooling a child with dyslexia. You might want to check that out first.
Homeschooling a Child with Dyslexia
5 Early Warning Signs of Dyslexia on Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers – Here are some possible warning signs of dyslexia.
Why Homeschool a Dyslexic Child? on LD Online – This article covers not only why it’s beneficial to homeschool a dyslexic child, but tips for doing so as well.
Quick Start Guide on Homeschooling with Dyslexia – Marianne Sunderland has a wealth of knowledge on her site. This post will get you started with what she has.
How to Homeschool a Child with Dyslexia on Homeschooling Help – This article has some very helpful tips including using a multi-sensory approach.
7 Things Dyslexic Children Struggle With on More Than a Homeschool Mom – Find out what these special children struggle with and get tips for handling these challenges in this post.
Dyslexia: Spelling Tips for Struggling Spellers on Here to Help Learning – Spelling can be particularly challenging for dyslexic children. Here’s how to handle it.
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