Help Dyslexic Child Improve Motivation by Using Healthy Rewards Course for Parents, Carers and Teachers

Welcome to the "Motivate with Healthy Rewards" course.

Try 3 Activities, Just 10 Minutes Per Day!

Help a dyslexic child to feel more motivated to achieve goals.

This easy to follow course will help you:

  • Encourage the child by using helpful praise.
  • Motivate the child by giving them healthy rewards.
  • Set life goals for the child to work towards, to achieve great things.

How To Motivate a Child?

A dyslexic child may need extra encouragement to motivate them to complete a task.

Help the child to become more motivated by:

  • Getting Goals
  • Sparking Interest
  • Positive Praise
  • Find Passion
  • Working Together
  • Put Child in Charge

A dyslexic child can struggle to learn now things. This can make them lack the motivation to complete tasks.

Having low self-esteem and lacking confidence to make a dyslexic child feel unmotivated.

Giving the child lots of praise and setting life goals can help motivate them. The activities below are designed to help you do this.

Top Tips Course

The 3 activities take just 10 mins per day:

  • Aim to try all 3 activities in 1 week, what days will you do the tasks?
  • Do them with the child, in a quiet place with no distractions.
  • Do each task on different days, to stop the child becoming overwhelmed.

Remember that is more important that the child is trying their best, then what they are achieving. Giving the child lots of praise to help build their confidence.

Task 1 Fact Based Praise

Use Fact Based Praise card

Try then to use fact based praise daily, when helping the child with schoolwork or during an activity.

Task 2 Reward Chart

Use Reward Chart Card

Help a dyslexic child complete tasks by working towards a reward.

  • Explain to the child what a reward chart is and how they will be working towards a reward.
  • Agree with the child what tasks they will need to complete in 1 week and what reward they will get.
  • Make a Reward Chart using the "Reward Chart" card, get the child to complete it in 1 week.

Use the reward chart to motivate the child. Remind them about the reward they are working towards.

The tasks do not have to be completed everyday for a week. It's ok to have rest days for the child in-between.

Below is a worksheet that you can draw or print for use during the task.

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Task 3 Goal Ladder

Use Goal Ladder Card

Help a dyslexic child to set-life goals and break them down into step by step tasks.

  • Talk to the child about a life goal they want to achieve. This could be following a hobby or a future career.
  • Ask the child to come-up with ideas about what they need to, do to achieve the life goal.
  • Break the life goal down into achievable tasks, using the "Goal Ladder" card

Use the goal ladder to motivate the child. For example to practise a sport, attend a dance club or complete a school project.

Below is a worksheet that you can draw or print for use during the task.

How Did The Course Help?

  • How did the child react when you gave them fact based praise?
  • Did having a reward motivate the child to do a task?
  • What life goals is the child working towards?

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