Dyslexic Mum Boot-camp 6 Weeks for Parents/ Carers

Get the most from your summer holidays by learning how to help a dyslexic child, 10 minute activities!

Join the Dyslexic Mum Boot-camp

The 6 week holidays can feel long as a parent/ carer of a dyslexic child. The Dyslexic Mum community is here to get you through.

Join us for the Dyslexic Mum Bootcamp running for 6 weeks over the summer holidays.

What is the Dyslexic Mum Bootcamp?

Dyslexia is about so much more than just struggling with reading and writing. The dyslexic mum bootcamp will help you learn how to help your child with everything including:

  • Building child's confidence
  • Understanding dyslexia
  • Thinking about talents
  • Planning Future careers
  • Becoming more organised
  • Getting more independent
  • Learn reading/ writing in a dyslexic friendly way

6 Week Bootcamp

The dyslexia boot-camp, has a different theme each week. Activities have been carefully chosen to help you learn how to help your child.

Each week spend just 30 mins helping your child, by doing 3 x 10 minute activities!

  • Week 1 - Understanding Dyslexia
  • Week 2 - Help, I am Dyslexic!
  • Week 3 - Managing Emotions
  • Week 4 - Reading Champions
  • Week 5 - Wellbeing Week
  • Week 6 - Back to School

What do I need to join?

To get the most out of the dyslexia boot-camp download your free copy of our dyslexia kit "Mooki cards". Then join the Dyslexic Mum Facebook group.

Designed to help dyslexic children, "Mooki Cards". Complete with 56 cards and storage wallet. Perfect for using at home or in the classroom. Order your "Mooki Cards" here!

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