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What Does Dyslexia Mean?
Dyslexia is a reading/processing disability that impacts basic reading skills, writing skills, spelling skills and memory recall.
How to Test for Dyslexia:
We offer a FREE dyslexia screener or test that can help you to determine the likelihood of having dyslexia. If you would like to learn more and get a free copy, CLICK HERE or on the image.
What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia?
- letter and world reversals
- decoding words
- Reading aloud
- rhyming words
- telling directions
- dysnomia or recalling names or words
- words problems in math.
- jokes, punchlines, sarcasm and inferences
- following a series of written or aural directions
- mispronouncing words
What are the 3 most Common Types of Dyslexia?
How Can Games and Fun Activities Help Students with Dyslexia?
Because many struggling learners have negative associations with reading, making the learning process fun can help to rekindle a joy for learning. Using games in the learning process, helps to motivate kids too and because they are having fun, lessons also become joyful and memorable. Multisensory and creative activities can also spark the interest of struggling learners! If you are interested in learning more about our learning games, CLICK HERE.