As I'm scrolling down my Facebook timeline, I see your photos. I feel your pride. And I'm a little bit jealous ....just a little ... "Johnny is in ALL honors classes this year!" "Sally made the BETA Club!" And the comments roll in under: "Of course! I knew she would! YOU are a GREAT Mom!" … Continue reading To the parents of the kids who don’t struggle in school …
Auditory Processing Disorder is different than dyslexia. Here is what we observe in our house.
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Every superhero struggles, and so do children and adults who have dyslexia. The important part is to never stop trying.
My oldest is a struggling read, it's true. He has dyslexia. But he's also a reluctant reader. There IS a difference! Some struggling readers dislike books until they get the right access. Audiobooks can be a game changer, and they were for my son too! However, even with access, my little boy is also incredibly … Continue reading How a Bookworm Mom Parents a Reluctant Reader
If you don't follow the blog, you need to know that my son is severely dyslexic. In the past, he has become very frustrated at words even to the point of yelling in frustration: "I wish reading was NEVER invented!" So, when he found a series of books that he LOVED - it meant something. … Continue reading The Series That Turned My Son Into A Reader.