Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia, Volume 2: 125 More Games and Activities to Teach Your Child to Read
125 more games to help kids with dyslexia build reading skills!
Kids diagnosed with dyslexia have a tough time learning to read. With the right tools-plus the time and attention you already give them-they can become avid readers. This fun-packed, follow-up to the bestselling activity workbook, Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia, Volume 2 offers over a hundred new games to help kids ages 7-12 manage dyslexia.
Featuring a research-based approach to reading skill development, this new volume uses the latest learning methods to strengthen auditory discrimination skills, support letter formation in writing, and, ultimately, make learning more fun. From rhyming games to word pattern activities, these engaging, entertaining activities help kids with dyslexia improve their skills so they can develop a life-long love of reading.
This second volume in the Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia series includes:
- Games galore-Kids can solve 125 illustrated games and activities, including coloring, listening, word association, picture association, writing with sounds, matching, and more.
- New vocabulary-Packed with new words, this second volume will help kids with dyslexia understand even more vocabulary they'll encounter while reading.
- Science-based strategies-Research-based learning methods like phonological awareness training, phonemic awareness training, and multisensory instruction are proven and productive.
Here are lots of new ways to make learning even more fun-it's all in Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia, Volume 2.
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About the Author
HANNAH BRAUN is a curriculum writer and former elementary school teacher. She loves helping parents and educators create teachable moments for kids. Her lessons are fun, easy-to-follow, and use research-based strategies. She lives with her family in Columbus, Ohio.
"This book is great for parents or teachers of struggling readers. It incorporates research-proven methods for dyslexic students. It is user friendly with visual directions to help kids understand the tasks. My favorite part is the variety of fun ways to practice the skills being learned."--Sarah Clark, special education teacher
"We know that it's important to intervene early for kids who struggle with reading. Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia, Volume 2 makes it easy to provide quick, fun practice for kids that need it. It's a great resource for busy parents and teachers who want high-quality activities based on current research."--Lisa Hunter, former teacher
"Learn to Read For Kids with Dyslexia, Volume 2 is packed full of activities which are short and easy to use with kids, both as an educator and as a parent. I appreciate that Hannah has created yet another resource for kids who have not yet been able to 'crack the code' of reading. With up to 17% of the population being identified with dyslexia, and many more who may not have a formal diagnosis, it is crucial that we adjust our teaching practices to support striving readers with a deeper level of phonemic awareness, and this resource will allow you to do just that!"--Heidi W., elementary literacy educator and coach & parent of striving reader