Help Dyslexic Child Learn Word Sounds, 10 Min Fun Games Course for Parents, Carers and Teachers

Welcome to the "Learn Word Sounds, 10 Min Fun Games!" course.

Try 3 Fun Games, Just 10 Minutes Per Day!

Help a dyslexic child to practise word sounds.

This easy to follow course will help you:

  • Have fun with the child, playing word games.
  • Help the child practise word sounds.
  • Improve the child's reading.

Being able to break words down into sounds can help a child read better. The activities below are designed to help them do this.

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Foundations of Reading

When children learn to read, they break words down into sounds and letters (phonics).

The reading staircase is used to help children learn to read, by breaking down words. The steps include practising:

  • Syllables
  • Rhyming
  • Alliterations
  • Onset-rime
  • Sound Identification
  • Blending Sounds

Children learn best by practising each step on the reading staircase before moving onto the next.

Top Tips Course

The fun games take just 10 mins per day:

  • Aim to play 3 fun games in 1 week, what days will you play?
  • Get into a routine, for example playing after dinner.
  • Do each game on different days, to stop the child becoming overwhelmed.

Get involved and playing the games together, so the child does not even know they are learning.

Play 10 Minute Fun Word Games

Play the fun games below to help the child climb the reading staircase, as highlighted on the card below:

Task 1: Play Clapping Syllables

Use Clapping Syllables Card

Task 2: Rhyming Tags Game

Use Rhyming Tags Card

Task 3: Awesome Alliterations

Use Awesome Alliterations Card

To practise more steps on the reading staircase. See link to more games below:

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How Did The Course Help?

  • Did the child learn better by playing games?
  • Did you look at the extra word lists for more examples of word sounds?
  • What did the child need to practise more? (Syllables, Alliterations, Rhyming words)

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