Are you looking for some dyslexia resources to help you teach learners with dyslexia? Then, you’re in the right place!
The Measured Mom and I have a special series just for you…and it’s all about dyslexia! Please note: The links for this series are at the very bottom of this post.
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All About Reading & All About Spelling are fantastic curricula designed specifically for kids with dyslexia. In these curricula, you’ll find step-by-step explicit phonics instruction with PLENTY of notes to help you teach your learner(s).
These are both known as homeschool curriculums, but I know classroom teachers who have also used these with great success. Click on the images below to find their website.
Homeschooling with Dyslexia – Marianne Sunderland has homeschooled seven kids with dyslexia over the last twenty-five years. Yes, you read that right~she has SEVEN kids with dyslexia! She is a certified Orton-Gillingham tutor with plenty of resources on her blog for teaching children with dyslexia. I’ve already read her book, Dyslexia 101, and have just ordered her newest book, No More School.
Want some good reads to learn more? Here are some books about dyslexia!
8 Books about Teaching Kids with Learning Differences – Books about dyslexia are definitely covered in this blog post! My top three favorite books so far have been:
- Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz – This book is known as the “Dyslexia Bible.” It is a little on the technical side, but it is DEFINITELY worth the read! I’ve come back to it time and time again.
- Conquering Dyslexia by Jan Hasbrouck – An easy read with large print and helpful chapters broken down in bite-size pieces.
- Helping Your Child with Language-Based Learning Disabilities by Daniel Franklin – I love the practical advice and help Franklin gives parents in helping their own kids. This book was SUPER HELPFUL in helping me with my oldest son who has a language-based learning difference.
If you already know your child or learner has dyslexia, here are some go-to resources I have on the blog.
One thing we know about learners with dyslexia is that they need Structured Literacy. What is that? I’m so glad you asked because we have a series all about it. Get started by learning about The Elements of Structured Literacy.
If you’re homeschooling, be sure to check out my post, Best Curricula for Struggling Learners. This covers homeschool curricula for reading, spelling, math, and more!
Links to Our Dyslexia Series
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