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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!…

10 Can’t-Miss Books About Adults with Dyslexia
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10 Can’t-Miss Books About Adults with Dyslexia

As we know, dyslexia is not something you can outgrow. Children with dyslexia become adults with dyslexia. While remediation can decrease the reading gap, there are still certain challenges for adults with dyslexia. It can also provide some benefits. When undiagnosed, dyslexia is particularly damaging to self-esteem and self-concept. Dyslexia in adults may cause slow…

MORE Children’s Books About Dyslexia
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MORE Children’s Books About Dyslexia

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. Dyslexia Awareness Month has two big goals: Dyslexia Awareness Month is a great time for people with dyslexia to learn more about their learning difference(s). It is also an opportune time for their family members, friends, and classmates to learn more about dyslexia. (This post contains affiliate links.) What better…

The Top Ten Books About Dyslexia for Parents and Teachers
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The Top Ten Books About Dyslexia for Parents and Teachers

Whether you are a parent of a child with dyslexia, an adult that has dyslexia, a tutor or interventionist that works with children with dyslexia or a classroom teacher that has students with dyslexia in your class, there is one thing that we all have in common. We need to actively seek out information and…

Five Fantastic Books for Teaching Syntax

Five Fantastic Books for Teaching Syntax

Mastering syntax is fundamental to effective communication. This makes it a critical component of language instruction. For educators, a deep understanding of syntax is essential for teaching grammar and enhancing students’ reading and writing skills. The following collection of books for teaching syntax offers comprehensive guidance on the theory and practice of teaching syntax. Here…

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,…

Creating a Dyslexia Awareness Display: What, Why, and How!

Creating a Dyslexia Awareness Display: What, Why, and How!

Although many schools avoid the word dyslexia, favoring “specific learning disability”, it is important to say the word dyslexia for a few key reasons. Using the word dyslexia helps to build a community of learners with similar difficulties. Saying the word dyslexia carries with it an understanding of the disability and the best practice intervention….

Understanding Fatigue from Dyslexia
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Understanding Fatigue from Dyslexia

Fatigue from dyslexia is a very real concern. Imagine the struggles of being someone who has dyslexia during just one day in the classroom. From the moment the learner enters the classroom in the morning, they are faced with one challenge after another. Let’s imagine a fourth-grade classroom. The student enters and typically has a…