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The Top 5 Dyslexia Advocacy Books

The Top 5 Dyslexia Advocacy Books

Navigating the world of dyslexia can be challenging for educators and families alike. With the right resources, however, you can unlock the potential of your students with dyslexia, helping them to become confident and capable learners. This list of dyslexia advocacy books offers valuable insights into early detection, effective intervention strategies, legal advocacy, and understanding…

Top 5 Reasons You Should Attend the Building Readers for Life Summer Conference

Top 5 Reasons You Should Attend the Building Readers for Life Summer Conference

When the rhythm of the school year gives way to the different pace of summer, a teacher’s thoughts often turn to professional development. When I attend conferences, The Literacy Nest created the Building Readers for Life Summer Virtual Conference to meet those needs. Here are the Top Five Reasons You Should Attend the Building Readers…

Top Books for Dyslexia Advocacy and Assessment
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Top Books for Dyslexia Advocacy and Assessment

Parenting a child with dyslexia means wearing many hats. You may become an expert in dyslexia, interventions, special education laws and procedures, accommodations, and assessments. A good bibliography to refer to is priceless. These books are some of the best, most current, and most accessible books for dyslexia advocacy and assessment. Learn more about advocacy!…

8 Great Children’s Books Featuring Phonics Concepts
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8 Great Children’s Books Featuring Phonics Concepts

Phonics is a fundamental building block in early literacy, helping children understand the relationship between letters and sounds. By mastering phonics, young readers can decode words more effectively, paving the way for fluent reading and strong comprehension skills. Using educational children’s books featuring phonics concepts is one of the most engaging ways to introduce and…

The Top Five ADHD Books for Kids
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The Top Five ADHD Books for Kids

Navigating life with ADHD can present unique challenges for children, but children’s books have the power to provide understanding, validation, and support. In this carefully curated list of children’s books about ADHD, young readers will discover characters who share their experiences, triumphs, and struggles. From stories that celebrate neurodiversity to practical guides for managing symptoms,…