Knees: The mixed up world of a boy with dyslexia

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Vanita Books #ad - We cover dyslexia’s symptoms and the reasons school can be hard for dyslexics. We have done this book in the style and size of a chapter book so that younger children and older children at low reading levels can read what seems to be an older child's book. The book is endorsed by the head master of a school where many of the children have dyslexia.

. Knees shows the ups and downs of life with dyslexia. We talk about some famous people who had or have dyslexia. He has dyslexia himself.

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Special Stories Series 2 - Dyslexia Moonbeam book award winner 2009 - Tom's Special Talent

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Special Stories Publishing #ad - It encourages other children to be mindful of the differences that exist between their friends and classmates and to be aware that all children, regardless of their talents, learn differently. But a school competition soon helps him to find his own very special talent ! Children with Dyslexia or a learning difficulty often find school a daunting and sometimes terrifying daily task.

Tom isn t sure if he has any talents at all when he sees how good his friends are at writing and reading. In an environment where certain skills, like writing and reading, are praised and highlighted more than others, it is important for children to recognise that everyone has a 'special talent' of their own.

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It's Called Dyslexia Live and Learn Series

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B.E.S. Publishing FBA-265425 #ad - No matter how hard she tries, she often mixes up the letters or writes them backwards. This is one of several titles in Barron's Live and Learn series for younger children. The child in this story knows the alphabet, but she sometimes has trouble putting all the letters together to read words. They are books that take a child's point of view, especially if the child suffers from some physical challenge or lack self-confidence in going about everyday activities.

These attractively illustrated picture storybooks encourage kids never to be afraid of a challenge. Following each story are four pages of suggested activities that relate to the book's theme. She's unhappy until her teacher explains that she has dyslexia, and that she can be helped to read and write correctly.

It's Called Dyslexia Live and Learn Series #ad - A final two-page section offers advice to parents.

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The Alphabet War: A Story about Dyslexia

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Albert Whitman & Company #ad - But "p" looked like "q, " and "b" looked like "d. In first grade, he had to put the letters into words so he could read. When adam started kindergarten, the teacher wanted him to learn about letters. That was the beginning of the alphabet War! This engaging picture book will encourage children with dyslexia that their struggles will get easier over time, and provides a great resources for parents and educators.

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Dyslexia is My Superpower Most of the Time

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers #ad - In more than 100 interviews, children and young adults reveal their personal tips and tactics for honing the creative benefits of dyslexia, enabling them to thrive in school and beyond. Strategies include ways to develop confidence and self-belief. The contributors have outlined specific approaches they feel have helped them, and others that haven't.

The book contains stunning illustrations by 8-18 year olds with dyslexia. The first-hand accounts are inspiring in the way they normalise dyslexia and reveal the many success stories. There is an additional section for professionals who work in education or special learning environments, with advice given by school students themselves.

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Sam Is Stuck: Decodable Chapter Book The Kents' Quest

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Simple Words Books #ad - We recommend the use of this list as a tool to determine the reading level match and pre-practice with the reader to improve fluency. Our promise is not to let dyslexia and other learning differences deprive kids of learning the love of reading. For tim and his sister, Kim, a relaxing boat ride with their parents turns into a rescue mission.

Sam, is stuck between the rocks and his best pal cannot get him out… Can Tim and Kim help Sam? Will Sam the Cod Fish ever be free?Simple Words Books help children with dyslexia to become better readers, a talking fish, without tears. You can find the full word list for our books on our website. In our books, we use decodable, high frequency and basic sight words that early or struggling readers can easily decode.

Sam Is Stuck: Decodable Chapter Book The Kents' Quest #ad - Sam is stuck has six chapters and about 4500 words. The word list and the word frequency are included in the book and on our website. Our short sentences and paragraphs make it easier for our readers to flow through the chapters. Our decodable chapter books support improving their reading fluency, comprehension and reading confidence.

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My Name Is Brain Brian Apple Paperbacks

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Scholastic Paperbacks #ad - Based on the author's personal experience as a dyslexic, this novel is "drawn from real insight". This "outstanding" school library Journal book for children is the sensitive portrayal of a boy who struggles to hide his dyslexia from his friends. Kirkus Reviews.

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I Have Dyslexia. What Does That Mean?

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BookSurge Publishing #ad - Delaney was diagnosed with dyslexia. What does that mean? how should she explain dyslexia to her friends and her teachers? Will Delaney learn to read, write and spell? Can she be successful in school? Understand dyslexia through the eyes of an eight year-old girl and learn how to explain dyslexia to school-aged children.

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The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child's Confidence and Love of Learning

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Ballantine Books #ad - Help your child help himself: coach your child to become his own best advocate by developing resiliency, confidence, and self-awareness, and focusing on achievable goals in areas that matter most to him. This extremely practical and motivational book will be welcomed by parents of dyslexic children. Publishers Weekly starred review“Accessible and reassuring.

Library journal“this step-by-step guide will become a go-to resource for parents. James H. Finally, often labeled as a “learning disability” or “learning difference, a groundbreaking book that reveals what your dyslexic child is experiencing—and what you can do so that he or she will thrive More than thirty million people in the United States are dyslexic—a brain-based genetic trait, ” that makes interpreting text and reading difficult.

In the dyslexia empowerment plan he shares his personal triumphs and failures so that you can learn from his experiences, and provides a three-step approach for success: • Identify your child’s profile: By mapping your child’s strengths and weaknesses and assisting her to better understand who she is, you can help your child move away from shame and feelings of inadequacy and move toward creating a powerful program for learning.

The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child's Confidence and Love of Learning #ad - Ben foss’s book should be considered essential to any collection on the subject. I was thrilled to read this book. Packed with practical ideas and strategies dyslexic children need for excelling in school and in life, this empowering guide provides the framework for charting a future for your child that is bright with hope and unlimited potential.

Praise for the dyslexia Empowerment Plan“A passionate and well-articulated guide.

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The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain

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Plume #ad - Plume Books. Using their combined expertise in neurology and education, see insightful connections that others simply miss, understand the world in stories, the authors show how these individuals not only perceive the written word differently but may also excel at spatial reasoning, and display amazing creativity.

A must read for parents, educators, and people with dyslexia. Gordon F. Ballantine Books. Sherman, Ph. D. At a job, engineers—even bestselling novelists—had difficulties learning to read and write as children? In this groundbreaking book, lawyers, Brock and Fernette Eide explain how 20% of people—individuals with dyslexia—share a unique learning style that can create advantages in a classroom, Past-President International Dyslexia Association Did you know that many successful architects, or at home.

The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain #ad - Blending personal stories with hard science, and individuals with dyslexia can recognize and use the strengths of the dyslexic learning style in: material reasoning used by architects and engineers; interconnected reasoning scientists and designers, educators, The Dyslexic Advantage provides invaluable advice on how parents, narrative reasoning novelists and lawyers; and dynamic reasoning economists and entrepreneurs.

With prescriptive advice and inspiring testimonials, this paradigm-shifting book proves that dyslexia doesn’t have to be a detriment, but can often become an asset for success.

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

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Zephyros Press #ad - 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.

Plume Books. With icons that designate skill building in phonemic awareness, and APD for each activity, dysgraphia, 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, overlearning, listening, phonemic awareness training, writing with sounds, explicit phonics instruction, matching, and races6 research-based learning methods such as phonological awareness training, multisensory instruction, coloring, picture association, and more!A flexible program that can be used one-on-one or in a small groupLearn 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.

Learn to Read for Kids with Dyslexia: 101 Games and Activities to Teach Your Child to Read #ad - 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.

Ballantine Books.

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