...without the need for too many words!
Understand how dyslexia affects people. Find out why it takes dyslexics much longer to read and write. Learn strategies to help with spelling and memory. Learn about the teaching approach that works best for dyslexia and what people with dyslexia are good at.
Dyslexic thinkers see the world differently. Rather than teach them to see the world as it is, what if we inspire them to be who they were born to be... world changers.
This book is written as an encouragement for both children and their parents as they navigate their emotions surrounding a dyslexia diagnosis. While the book does not seek to deny that there are challenges or difficulties with being dyslexic. It simply wishes to offer hope, that good things can and do come from thinking differently.
In every classroom there is likely to be up to 4 dyslexic students. Many of these go unrecognized and unsupported. Teachers want to help these children, but many do not know how. What do dyslexic children need? This powerful guide gives children the knowledge and confidence to stand up and tell their teachers what it is they need to survive and thrive at school.