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Dyslexia - Teaching Resources

Dyslexia - Teaching Resources


Links verified 1/2/14


  1. Accommodating Dyslexia in the Classroom - Strategies and tips for teachers.
  2. Accommodations/Modifications - Alterations to make in the classroom to assist in teaching students with dyslexia.
  3. Apps for Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities - Huge list of apps with many of them free.
  4. Assistive Technology for Dyslexic Students and Adults - A list of helpful weblinks and apps that are available for free or a low cost.
  5. Cognitive-Learning Styles for Dyslexic Students - Strategies to use for students with unique education challenges.
  6. Creating a Dyslexia-Friendly Classroom - Tips for teachers to help students with dyslexia.
  7. Dyslexia and Memory - Seven strategies to use to help students remember.
  8. Dyslexia and Reading Disorders - Factors, signs, effects, and how to assist students with dyslexia and reading disorders.
  9. Dyslexia and Writing - Common difficulties children experience and different methods found to be helpful.
  10. Fun and Games - A list of free apps and online games that will help teach reading, spelling, and much more in a playful setting while providing beneficial practice for dealing with dyslexia.
  11. Helping Dyslexic Students Succeed - 'How-To-Article' on understanding dyslexia to help make a positive difference for a student.
  12. How to Teach Students with Dyslexia - Provides teaching methods that work.
  13. How Teachers Can Accommodate the Dyslexic Student - Strategies that can be implemented in the classroom for reading, writing, arithmetic, and understanding time.
  14. Math Games for Students with Dyslexia - Ideas to help teach math concepts to children with dyslexia.
  15. Teaching Strategies for Dyslexic Children - A variety of techniques to use in the classroom. Additionalteaching strategies are presented here.

Printable Worksheets/Activities


  1. 1,000 Printable Worksheets - Lots of free worksheets to use with students who have dyslexia.
  2. B-D-P - Letters that have mirror images are particularly challenging with dyslexia.
  3. Letter Blends - Identifying the letter blend at the beginning of words.
  4. Phonemic Activities - Printables and ideas for the classroom.
  5. Phonics Worksheets - Numerous worksheets to choose from, and many include lesson extensions (extra activities) that go with the worksheet.
  6. Printing Lessons - "Formal printing lessons are often missing in classrooms today and many dyslexic children can benefit from printing lessons."
  7. Reading Activities, Worksheets, Lesson Plans - Plethora of things to use with students who are dyslexic.
  8. Reading Worksheets - Free reading worksheets for teaching reading decoding and fluency.
  9. Spelling Activities, Worksheets, Lesson Plans - Plethora of things to use with students who are dyslexic.

 

 

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