Myths and Facts about Dyslexia

Dyslexia myths

Unlocking the misconceptions to help your child read There are many signs and clues to dyslexia; however, it is important to be aware of the misconceptions and myths surrounding the disorder. There are a number of myths regarding dyslexia. We have listed some of the most common myths and facts about dyslexia below. Myth All […]

Student Learning Pace Matters

Teaching a classroom full of students guarantees part of the students are lost, part are bored, and a few are making learning gains. Students who are lost would benefit from more and differentiated instruction. Bored students need a challenge and an opportunity to move on! All this relates to pace and choice. The more accurately […]

Data Worth Publishing or Rather…. Saturating

Since the age of big data has arrived, we have seen immense changes to our culture and to every industry. Even in the physical activity of sports, there have been changes to the way games are played using analytics. Professional baseball teams are now completely focused on data analytics. Data-driven instruction has become a buzzword in […]

Reading Independence with MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach

(The following was originally published on www.notsoformulaic.com) Do you have a child who struggles with reading? Get her on the road to reading independence with MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach.  This post was sponsored by MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach. I received complementary access to the program and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. Kids don’t […]

How We Use Online Learning to Help Struggling Readers

(The following was originally published on www.thekennedyadventures.com) Are you trying to help struggling readers in your homeschool? Take a look at how we use MindPlay to build fluency skills. My kids come from a long line of readers. My grandmothers and mother love to read, and I was a certifiable literary nerd in high school and […]

Online Tool for Struggling Readers

(The following was originally published on http://www.ourgoodfamily.org) I’ve mentioned before that Sophie struggled to read, and I felt like a failure as both a homeschool mom and a parent. We kept working though, and once everything clicked I never find her without a book in her hand! Bella, having listened to her sister complain about reading is now […]

MindPlay Reading for Dyslexic Learners

Homeschooling with Dyslexia and Struggling Readers (The following was originally published on https://www.laramolettiere.com) Dyslexia is a challenge. It is also a gift of sorts, allowing the person to view the world in a different way. Learning to build our homeschool curriculum choices around dyslexia has been a rewarding and sometimes frustrating journey. Because Mr. T wants […]

MindPlay Virtual Literacy Coach for Kids

(The following was originally published on https://www.themomentsathome.com) MindPlay Virtual Literacy Coach for Kids Today my son graduated from kindergarten which means he’s headed to first grade. He’s not fully reading yet and while it’s not expected of first graders in his group to be reading, I can’t help but think of how he started a little […]

Struggling Readers & A Program That Works

(The following was originally published on http://faithfilledparenting.com) DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED A TRIAL PERIOD OF THIS PRODUCT FOR FREE, WAS COMPENSATED FOR MY TIME. ALL OPTIONS ARE HONEST, I WAS NOT REQUIRED TO WRITE A POSITIVE REVIEW, AND I USE THIS PROGRAM DAILY WITH MY CHILDREN. Before I had kids, I would dream of what my life would […]

Are you Dyslexia aware? Take this short, 10 question quiz

By Judith Bliss Take a short true/false quiz about the common myths and misunderstandings surrounding the learning disability Dyslexia. Dyslexia is the most common disability affecting young learners today, with 5 to 20 percent of the student population affected, say some studies. Dyslexic learners struggle in school and often do not receive the help they […]