Dyslexia test to see if a child is dyslexic. Spot the signs in their reading, writing and spelling. Learn how to give dyslexia support and build a child's comfidence.
How to spot dyslexia is a child's reading, writing and spelling. Understand the top dyslexia flags and how to get tested. See link to NHS advice and support.
How to spot dyslexia is a child's reading, writing and spelling. Understand the top dyslexia flags and how to get tested.
Coloured overlays are often recommended for dyslexic children. Learn more about which coloured filters appear to work best.
Can dyslexia be passed down from grandparents, to parents and children? Understand genetic links to dylexia.
Stories can help dyslexic children understand, the struggles and talents that come with having dyslexia. See top dyslexia children's books and characters.
Find the answer to the question, is dyslexia a learning disability. Understand the signs and the help that can be given to a dyslexic child.
Look for these signs of dyslexia in a 5 year-old child. You can see these signs in a young child's writing, speaking, and behaviour.
Try on-line tests to see if a child has the signs of dyslexia. Spot top signs in their writing and speaking.
A child that struggles with handwriting, maybe have dysgraphia. Learn more about this learning difficulty and how to help.
A child that struggles with learning maths, maybe have dyscalculia. Learn more about this learning difficulty and how to help.
Dyslexic children can struggle with learning, yet still be very smart. Understand how dyslexia affects intelligence and dyslexic strengths.
Find out where to get dyslexia support and advice. See list of dyslexia organisations in the U.K and private assessment centers.
Learn at what age should a child with and without dyslexia should be able to spell their name. Includes top tips to help kids learn new spellings.
What words should a 7 year old be able to spell? Top tips on to help a dyslexic child to learn new spellings.
Use technology to help a dyslexic child learn to read, write and spell. See top 10 online learning programmes for dyslexia.
Try dyslexia friendly apps to help your dyslexic child learn reading. See top 10 apps and links to download them.
Nessy is an on-line reading and spelling tool, that is used in many U.K schools and homes. Learn how it could help a dyslexic child to learn.
Looking for dyslexia support and advice. See top dyslexia association and companies, so you can get the help you need.
Spot the signs of dyslexia for a child age 4. Children at this age are usually starting school, see the signs in their writing, speaking and behaviour.
Learn from other parents/carers of dyslexic children. Read their experiences of formal dyslexia assessments.
Why and when did you think your child was dyslexic? Read top parent/carer comments, of how they spots dyslexia signs in child.
Attend the biggest Dyslexia event in the U.K, The Dyslexia Show. Learn more about what will be there.
Dyslexic people are more likely to be successful in business. Read what makes them good entrepreneurs.
Fun ways to teach a dyslexic child how to spell. See list of common words 7 year old's can usually spell.
Organising a dyslexia awareness day at your school can help children gain a deeper understanding of dyslexia.
Phonics worksheets are a helpful tool for teaching children or adults to read. See top website for printable worksheets.
This quiz helps parents/carers understand if their child might have dyslexia and what are the signs.
Learn about the signs of dyslexia. Find out about the different types of dyslexia tests and what they include.
Changing the font on written text can help a dyslexic child read better. See examples of dyslexia friendly fonts.
Learn the possible pros and cons of telling your child they have dyslexia.
Top tips from parents, about how they deal with their child having an angry outburst. Read advice about what to do with the child and what to say during an angry meltdown.
Day 5 Avoiding Angry Outbursts workshop, theme "Adult Champions". Start taking time for yourself, parenting self-care.
Day 4 Avoiding Angry Outbursts workshop, theme "Slow Down, Stress Less ". Try activities to practise mindfulness.
Day 3 Avoiding Angry Outbursts workshop, theme "Can we talk more?". Help turn negative feelings into positive thoughts.
Day 2 Avoiding Angry Outbursts workshop, theme "How are you feeling today?" Start talking about how the child is feeling.
Day 1 Avoiding Angry Outbursts workshop, theme "Let's Talk Anger"! Start talking about what makes a child feel angry.
This workshop is designed for parents/ carers, even teachers of dyslexic children. Giving you the tools to talk to a dyslexic child about their feelings.
Learn about the Dyslexic Mum. What it was like for her growing-up with dyslexia. How this inspired her to help her own and other dyslexic children.
Help a dyslexic child learn to love reading, by working towards them becoming a reading champion. Download free printable reading champions certificate.
Get top tips from mum of a dyslexic child, that completed the dyslexia boot-camp. Learn best how to help your child.
Getting dyslexia help from school is about asking the right question. Use this letter template to get the right help.
Learn more about the story behind Dyslexic Mum. See links to press coverage, events and projects that have featured Dyslexic Mum.
Welcome to week 6 of Dyslexic Mum boot-camp. The theme this week is "School Ready". Try these quick 10 activities to learn how to help your dyslexic child.
Welcome to week 4 of Dyslexic Mum boot-camp. The theme this week is "Reading Champions". Try these quick 10 activities to learn how to help your dyslexic child.
Welcome to week 3 of Dyslexic Mum boot-camp. The theme this week is "Managing Emotions". Try these quick 10 activities to learn how to help your dyslexic child.
Welcome to week 2 of Dyslexic Mum boot-camp. The theme this week is "Help! I am Dyslexic". Try these quick 10 activities to learn how to help your dyslexic child.
Welcome to week 1 of Dyslexic Mum boot-camp. The theme this week is "Understanding Dyslexia". Try these quick 10 activities to learn how to help your dyslexic child.
Join the Dyslexic Mum 6 week boot-camp, to learn how to help your dyslexic child. Commit just 10 mins a day, to learn practice and learn activities.
Understand why dyslexic children struggle to read and write. Includes dyslexia friendly top tips for helping them learn.
Top dyslexia assessment questions, answered by expert dyslexia assessor. Read the full interview from the on-line webinar.
Understand the signs of dyslexia in a child and how to help. Learn how dyslexia affects the whole child, including with emotions.
Better understand dyslexia and why it is recognised as a learning difficulty in the U.K. Learn the signs of dyslexia and the type of support that can help.
Dysgraphia like dyslexia is a learning difficulty. Yet the signs and symptons are different from dyslexia. Learn what the signs of Dysgraphia are and how to help.
Discover advice and tips to support dyslexic children. By empowering you the parents and carers. You can then better support your child.
Understand if dyslexia is a learning difficulty. Includes information on what causes dyslexia and dyslexia tests.
Give a dyslexic child strong role models. By showing them famous people that are successful and have dyslexia.
Discover what words a dyslexic child may find challenging to read, write and spell. Understand why they struggle with these words.
Understand the difference between Dysgraphia and Dyslexia. Learn common signs of each learning difficulty.
Help all children access formal dyslexia assessments for free. Together we can change the unfair dyslexia system.
Learn why telling a child that they have dyslexia, can help them feel more confident and happy.
List of top 100 famous people with dyslexia, that have achieved great things. Use this list to inspire a dyslexic child.
Top 10 dyslexia aid for reading, writing and spelling. Use technology to help a dyslexic child learn.
Learn about dyslexia tools for reading, including assistive technology. Find out what is scientifically proven to work.
I taught my dyslexic child to read and write new words at home. Here is what happened and what worked best.
Does changing the font on writing, using coloured filters. Make it easier for a dyslexic child to read? Find out the truth.
Are you an adult that thinks they have dyslexia? Maybe you want to return to education and be given a second chance. Learn about formal dyslexia assessments.
Dyslexic children may struggle to remember spellings, dates and facts. Learn techniques to help boost their memory.
Do you know a teaching assistant, dyslexia champion that has gone above and beyond to help a child?
Learn which words are hardest for dyslexic children to read and why. Ideas to help them learn these "Tricky Words".
Help your child become a champion reader. If they can read they will do so much better at school.
Fun games to help your child learn how to write and spell new words. Includes word lists to practise at home.
Toolkit for parents, carers to help their dyslexic child manage their emotions. Includes self-care tips.
Activities to do with your child. To help them cope with negative emotions and to self build confidence.
Learn methods of help dyslexic children get their ideas down on paper. Including information on assistive technology.
Play these fun games to explain dyslexia to your child. Build their confidence by showing them that being dyslexic can be their super-power.
Are you worried that your child may have dyslexia? Unsure how to get help from school? See this helpful guide, so your child gets the help they need.
Unsure where to start when teaching a dyslexic child? Use this plan to get back to basics.
Hold a dyslexia awareness day at your school. Learn about this can help children understand more about dyslexia.
Dyslexic children are entitled to special exam arrangements. Learn what they are and if your child qualifies.
Links to all the national curriculum, English checklists. What primary school children in the U.K should be able to do.
Help your child by getting them the right support from school. Learn ways to give your child extra help at home.
Checklist of what every child in Years 3-7. Should be learning at school in the U.K.
Checklist of what every Year 2 child in the U.K should be learning at school.
Learn about signs of dyslexia in child aged 6. Spot signs in their writing. Understand what they should be learning in class.
Checklist of what every Year 1 child in the U.K should be learning at school.
Forget expensive private tutors, on-line dyslexia subscriptions. You can start teaching your own child at home now. Here is a step by step guide.
Learn about signs of dyslexia in child aged 5. Spot signs in their writing. Understand what they should be learning in class.
Learn about "Made by Dyslexia", in association with Katie Griggs. A worldwide dyslexia charity. Working towards improving the lives of dyslexic children and adults.
Understand assessments for dyslexia. Everything from speaking to the child's teachers. To understanding how to organise an assessment.
Learn about the learning difficulties, that can appear as another type of dyslexia. All linked to brain processing issues.
Confused about if dyslexia is a learning disability? Read what makes dyslexia a disability, backed by scientific facts.
Help a child understand what dyslexia is, by playing these fun games. Build their confidence and show them they could have a bright future ahead.
How being dyslexic effected me as a child in the 1980s. Learn how things have changed and how you can help your child now.
Less than 24% of scientists are women. The dyslexic brain is creative, good for science subjects. Learn reasons why a dyslexic girl should study science.
Information and advice to help you support a dyslexic child, that is being bullied.
Learn the signs that a dyslexic child maybe struggling with their mental health. How charities act to help young people offering support.
Showing a child a dyslexic role model, can help them feel happier. It can help them understand what dyslexia is and how they can live with it.
Children are our most important resource. We should invest time in them, be present for them, enter their world and let them be part of ours.
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