Children with dyslexia can have difficulty in learning and building concepts, mostly due to the challenge posed by reading with dyslexia. When helping a dyslexic child build their reading skills, and in turn be better learners, it is important to have a clear understanding of the condition and work with empathy as well as patience. Working with a dyslexic student helps them know that they are cared for, and that help is available, which builds a strong foundation for better…

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Children with dyslexia experience issues with their attention span and concentration levels. They find it difficult to focus on something and get distracted easily. However there are some cognitive exercises and strategies which can be immensely helpful in helping them develop concentration. Let’s take a look at some of them: Reduce Distractions: Create a conducive environment for the child in which he/she can thrive and retain information. Ensure that the child gets enough sleep and rest. Keep away distracting factors…

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Reading Issues Children Face

Posted on April 28, 2018

Learning to read is a major milestone in every child’s life, and when it is delayed, it becomes a cause of concern. If your child is lagging behind at any stage of the reading curve, it is important to first understand cause of the problem, and then work on finding its solution to help your child overcome it. Here is a look at some of the common reading issues faced by children:Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD): Attention Deficit Disorder is a…

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Attention issues in dyslexic kids can be resolved with supportive policies and by spreading awareness among parents, teachers and communities. With the right support, kids with dyslexia can learn how to conquer their attention issues and perform better academically, be stronger emotionally and socialize more confidently. Let’s take a look at some tips that can help them solve attention issues among dyslexic kids. Spreading Awareness Awareness in and around schools helps people know more about Dyslexia. When those around the…

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Students with dyslexia usually encounter problems with reading comprehension. Due to difficulty in word recognition, they might have to read a single passage repeatedly to understand it. There are a few measures that teachers can adopt to help kids with dyslexia improve their reading skills. Let’s take a look at some of them individually - 1. Teaching Vocabulary An increased vocabulary helps dyslexic children understand what they are reading better. It becomes easier for them to derive the meaning of…

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Dyslexic kids are big picture thinkers and less adept to processing and remembering what they learn. However, a little tweaking in their style of learning can make a huge difference towards improving their memory. Let’s take a look at some strategies that can be followed to improve the memory of dyslexic kids. Imagination And Association Kids love stories. So why not put stories to build up their memory skills. This memory improvement technique works great when it comes to dyslexic…

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How To Help Your Dyslexic Child At Home

Posted on December 21, 2017

Dyslexic children often find it difficult to read, write and spell words. With the right guidance and patience, both at school and home, dyslexic kids can excel at whatever they do. Just toggling learning methods that suit your child’s intellect can have profound results.Here are some ways in which parents can contribute towards helping dyslexic children.Read To Your Child30 minutes every day, is all what you need to sharpen a dyslexic child’s literacy skills. Incorporating reading habits early in life…

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Reading Tips For Dyslexic Children

Posted on November 29, 2017

When it comes to dyslexia, it is always better to focus on polishing the reading skills as early as possible. It is important to consult a paediatrician on suspecting signs of dyslexia. Intervention at an early stage and the right form of treatment go a long way in helping your child overcome any obstacles in his reading. Be proactive and immediately start incorporating baby steps towards your child’s development and confidence.There are screening tests available like the Shaywitz DyslexiaScreen that…

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Dyslexia refers to a reading difficulty, which does not spring from neurological, sensory or intellectual problems in the child. The child develops an impaired phonological representation for words. There are many ways in which parents and teachers of such children can help them regain their confidence and improve their reading and comprehension skills. Let’s take a look: Read Aloud- Reading out loud to a dyslexic child can have a profound effect on his decoding and comprehension capabilities. It can motivate…

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If your child is a struggling reader or suffers from Dyslexia, there are a lot of things that you can do to help him overcome this difficulty. Some of the common signs of reading difficulties include: problems in manipulating sounds in words, issues with rhyming, inability to recognize words with the same sound, difficulty in memorizing letters/number/ symbols etc. Below is a list of certain terms that you need to be aware if your child struggles with reading or displays…

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