Blast Off to Reading!

50 Orton-Gillingham Based Lessons for Struggling Readers and Those with Dyslexia
Author: Cheryl Orlassino
Publisher: Unknown at This Time
ISBN: 9780983199632
Category: Education
Page: 244
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A step-by-step reading/writing program to teach children who are dyslexic, or those who struggle with reading. This program is based on the well known Orton-Gillinghame method.

How To Reach and Teach Children and Teens with Dyslexia

A Parent and Teacher Guide to Helping Students of All Ages Academically, Socially, and Emotionally
Author: Cynthia M. Stowe, M.Ed.
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 9780130320186
Category: Education
Page: 368
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This comprehensive, practical resource gives educators at all levels essential information, techniques, and tools for understanding dyslexia and adapting teaching methods in all subject areas to meet the learning style, social, and emotional needs of students who have dyslexia. Special features include over 50 full-page activity sheets that can be photocopied for immediate use and interviews with students and adults who have had personal experience with dyslexia. Organized into twenty sections, information covers everything from ten principles of instruction to teaching reading, handwriting, spelling, writing, math, everyday skills, and even covers the adult with dyslexia.

Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia: 101 Games and Activities to Teach Your Child to Read


Author: Hannah Braun
Publisher: Zephyros Press
ISBN: 9781641521048
Category: Education
Page: 136
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Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia is the definitive activity workbook to improve phonemic awareness, dysgraphia, and auditory processing disorder (APD) for kids ages 7-12. For kids with an official dyslexia diagnosis, or kids struggling with dyslexia related symptoms, learning to read can be challenging. Using a targeted approach to skill development, Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia applies the latest research-based learning methods to games and activities that strengthen auditory discrimination skills, support letter formation in writing, and most importantly--make reading fun. Specifically designed for kids ages 7-12, these engaging activities offer children daily opportunities to practice and hone their reading skills, instead of more homework for your child or student. With icons that designate skill building in phonemic awareness, dysgraphia, and APD for each activity, this workbook allows parents and teachers to focus on strengthening specific areas that will help kids become lifelong readers. From rhyme triangles to letter tracing mazes, Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia offers an entertaining and effective approach to reading with: 101 illustrated games and activities that include word association, picture association, matching, coloring, listening, writing with sounds, and races 6 research-based learning methods such as phonological awareness training, phonemic awareness training, multisensory instruction, overlearning, explicit phonics instruction, and more! A flexible program that can be used one-on-one or in a small group Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia makes reading enjoyable and rewarding with fun-filled games and activities that teach children how to read fluently and confidently.

Beat Dyslexia

A Step-by-step Multi-sensory Literacy Programme
Author: Elizabeth Franks,Myra Nicholson,Celia Stone
Publisher: Learning Development AIDS
ISBN: 9781855035379
Category: Dyslexic children
Page: 120
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Each of the six books in this series includes a colour card pack and an audio CD. Books 1-4 cover all the letters of the alphabet, and on completion of the third book pupils will have mastered consonant digraphs and consonant clusters. Book 6 is targeted at students in Year 6 to 8.

The Big Book of Dyslexia Activities for Kids and Teens

100 Creative, Fun, Multi-Sensory and Inclusive Ideas for Successful Learning
Author: Gavin Reid,Nick Guise,Jennie Guise
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781785923777
Category: Education
Page: 272
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Full of interesting and creative activities for children and young people aged 5-19 with dyslexia, this book is an essential guide for teachers and parents. Focusing on practical and accessible projects, the guide will cover key skills such as listening, memory, talking and writing.

Overcoming Dyslexia

A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level
Author: Sally Shaywitz, M.D.
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 9780307558893
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 432
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FOR EVERYONE WHO STRUGGLES TO READ! Clear, practical, science-based information and advice for successful results One in five American children has trouble reading. But they are not stupid or lazy. In Overcoming Dyslexia, Dr. Sally Shaywitz, codirector of the Yale Center for the Study of Learning and Attention and a leader in the new research into how the brain works, offers the latest information about reading problems and proven, practical techniques that, along with hard work and the right help, can enable anyone to overcome them. Here are the tools that parents and teachers need to help the dyslexic child, age by age, grade by grade, step by step. --What dyslexia is and why some intelligent, gifted people read slowly and painfully --How to identify dyslexia in preschoolers, schoolchildren, young adults, and adults --How to find the best school and how to work productively with your child’s teacher --Exercises to help children use the parts of the brain that control reading --A 20-minute nightly home program to enhance reading --The 150 most common problem words–a list that can give your child a head start --Ways to raise and preserve a child’s self-esteem aqnd reveal his strengths --Stories of successful men and women who are dyslexic From the Trade Paperback edition.

Multiplication Facts for the Dyslexic Student and Visual Learner - Just the Facts!


Author: Cheryl Orlassino
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557033268
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Page: 60
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Educators have long known that many students rely on their sense of sight to take in information. When these children see information, rather than just hearing it, they are more likely to understand and remember what is being taught. These students are called visual learners. Many children fall into this category, especially those that are dyslexic or those that have an auditory processing disorder. Visual learners often have a hard time memorizing the multiplication facts. They understand the concept of multiplication, but are unable to easily remember the times tables. This book offers a different approach. Here, the multiplication facts are presented in a visual manner in order to provide a framework for the child to remember the fact. Visit www.help4dyslexia.com for more information.

The Gillingham Manual

Remedial Training for Students with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling, and Penmanship
Author: Anna Gillingham,Bessie Whitmore Stillman
Publisher: Educators Pub Svc Incorporated
ISBN: 9780838802007
Category: Education
Page: 384
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In this multisensory phonics technique, students first learn the sounds of letters, and the build these letter-sounds into words. Visual, auditory and kinesthetic associations are used to remember the concepts. Training is recommended.

Reversing Dyslexia

Improving Learning & Behavior Without Drugs
Author: Phyllis Books
Publisher: Square One Pub
ISBN: 9780757003783
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 146
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an easy to understand guide to methods and combinations of therapies available to help children conquer dyslexia

The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan

A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child's Confidence and Love of Learning
Author: Ben Foss
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 0345541235
Category: Education
Page: 304
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The inventor of the Intel Reader shares inspirational ideas for accessing the tools and learning accommodations needed by dyslexic students in school and life, outlining a three-step strategy for skill building and advocacy while sharing advice on how to harness personal strengths to advance long-term goals.

Tricky Spellings in Cartoons for Children


Author: Lidia Stanton
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781975718732
Category: English language
Page: 70
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For page samples, follow the link: https://books.lidiastanton.com "This is something for which I have been waiting a very long time! In this colourful, engaging and amusing book, children are given strategies to help them remember the "tricky" spellings which they need in school. I'm sure that parents, teachers, TAs and the children themselves will enjoy learning with this book." - Dr Lindsay Peer CBE Educational Psychologist, international speaker and author. A delightful collection of witty and easy to remember visual hints (mnemonics) to help the child recall tricky spellings, including exceptions and homophones. 264 high- and medium-frequency words that appear in KS1 and KS2 curricula are associated with over 160 creative spelling clues. Ages 5-11. This book is not a structured spelling programme. It does not replace any part of the child's current literacy instruction at school. It complements it to help equip the children with additional ways to remember tricky spellings. It's suitable for children who: prefer to learn by seeing and doing have tried traditional spelling strategies (e.g. Look, Cover, Write, Check, and breaking words into sounds and syllables) but with limited success continue to confuse similar sounding and similar looking words have dyslexia or other specific learning difficulty.

Which Way?

Letter and Digit Reversals Workbook. Ages 4-9.
Author: Lidia Stanton,Harry Stanton
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548579128
Category: English language
Page: 32
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For page samples, follow the link: https://books.lidiastanton.com/whichway This colourful and highly engaging resource is written for children as young as 4-5 years old but also those in Key Stage 2 of primary school (up to 9 years old) who continue to feel confused by letter and digit shapes. The latter group might become so discouraged that they avoid writing, or write very little, despite having great imaginations. They start doubting their ability to simply 'know' the correct way when writing b/d, p/q, p/g, 9/g, 6/9, s/z, 5/S, S/3, etc. Most teachers and parents are very good at playing down the reversals and encouraging the child to have another go. They say, "It's fine, it's still good writing. I love what you've written here." Yet, after so many attempts and after so many teacher corrections on the page, the child begins to think, "This writing game might not be for me after all". Those with dyslexia will have additional phonological difficulties to manage alongside poor memory for graphic shapes. This workbook is for children who can trace well at speed, thus appear to have developed adequate motor memory in their fingers, yet struggle to remember 'which way' to write the letter or digit. It is very likely that they will be ready to integrate this type of linear visual-spatial information at a later time. For now, they have no real-life representation, or model, of a handful of graphic shapes in their brains, and this, in turn, can affect their confidence in writing independently. This resource offers practical and long-term 'tricks' that will trigger the child's memory at the right moment. It adopts a complementary approach to traditional letter formation teaching to bridge the gap between children who are proficient graphic writers and those whose brains make different sense of graphic information. Many children with dyslexia and dysgraphia will particularly benefit from completing the workbook. How to use the resource The child doesn't need to work through the entire book. Choose sections that are relevant to their needs. Younger children (aged 4-6) will almost certainly need assistance when working with the resource, although older ones will no doubt choose to work independently, showing their practised strategies and completed activities to teachers and parents. It is recommended that section 7 (Use your whole body) is attempted with the help of an older helper or adult. There are more than one method to help distinguish between b/d/p and s/z in this workbook. Introduce the child to only one method at a time, evaluate the child's progress, and decide whether there is a need to move on to the next one. Some children are more practical than visual - the 'Use your hands' strategy might be sufficient for them. Other children might enjoy more visual strategies in sections 4, 5 and 6. In my experience, section 7 (Use your whole body) works well with children who need to 'experience' concepts in a multi-sensory manner. Pay attention to the child's initial response to a particular method. It will guide you along. You can mix and match strategies. Some children don't confuse b/d as much but struggle with p/9. Some activities can be completed independently of the section the child is currently working through. For example, Activity 7 can be attempted after completing the 'Use your hands' section. Flick through the book to decide which activities appear to be suitable to the child's current progress.

Unlocking Literacy

Effective Decoding & Spelling Instruction
Author: Marcia K. Henry
Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing
ISBN: 9781598570748
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 326
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The second edition of this bestselling textbook arms pre-K to middle-school teachers with the most recent developments in reading research and shows them how to apply their knowledge in the classroom to help all students learn.; "

The Dyslexic Advantage

Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain
Author: Brock Eide,Fernette Eide
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0452297923
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 283
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The neurolearning-expert creators of the award-winning blog by the same name reveal the unique brain structure and organization of dyslexic individuals, identifying how the differences responsible for reading challenges also enable specific mechanical, artistic, narrative and dynamic talents. Reprint.

Teaching Children with Dyslexia

A Practical Guide
Author: Philomena Ott
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134345909
Category: Education
Page: 320
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Teaching Children with Dyslexia is essential reading for any teacher, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator or teaching assistant who wants an insider's account of what dealing successfully with dyslexia entails. Written by one of the most well-regarded practitioners in the field with over twenty-five years' experience, this book is packed full with photocopiable exercises, activities and recommendations for resources, tests, teaching methods, advice and suggestions for strategies and techniques that are instantly transferable to classroom environments. This essential teaching companion includes chapters on: how to spot dyslexia screening and assessment tests why it does not have to be hell to learn to spell strategies for success for reluctant writers meeting the challenge of dyslexia in adolescence. Written specifically to bolster teachers' confidence and empower them with the key to unlocking literacy problems in their most challenging pupils, this resource book should be on the shelf of every staff room.

Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills


Author: Judith R. Birsh
Publisher: Brookes Pub
ISBN: 9781598570939
Category: Education
Page: 786
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The bestselling textbook on multisensory teaching is now fully revised and expanded with cutting-edge research and more on hot topics such as executive function, fluency, and adolescent literacy.

Dyslexia Tool Kit for Tutors and Parents

What to Do When Phonics Isn't Enough
Author: Yvonna Graham,Alta E. Graham, Dr.
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477649220
Category: Education
Page: 130
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Gathered from the latest research on dyslexia along with early practices which have been overlooked in the test-intensive school environment, a successful dyslexia tutor shares the tools of her trade because she believes that it's a crime to let bright children grow up illiterate!