Some of you may be homeschooling a child with dyslexia. I’ve been there! The “experts” in the school system may try to tell you that you are not qualified to teach your child with dyslexia. But that’s just false. A well-equipped and knowledgeable parent can do a far better job one on one with their child than a teacher at school. Here’s what I wish I would have known right from the start. And here are practical solutions and steps to take.
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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #37 of the Homeschool with Moxie podcast!
As a former classroom teacher, now homeschooling mom of five, I love to equip and encourage other homeschooling families.
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EPISODE #37: Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Do you have a homeschooled child with dyslexia? Or do you suspect dyslexia? Here’s what I wish I would have known years ago and what you can do today to help your dyslexia child.
Here’s a list of resources mentioned on today’s episode:
- The Dyslexic Advantage by Brock L. Eide M.D. M.A. & Fernette F. Eide M.D.
- Audiobooks or Reading? To Our Brains, It Doesn’t Matter
- The Arts of Language Podcast from the Institute for Excellence in Writing episode #197 & 198 – Living with Dyslexia
- eBay Reseller Mini Course for Teens >> use coupon code HWM5 to save $5!
Sometimes, we just need encouragement and resources. You can find them here:
- Homeschool Mom Collective Membership
- Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Kindergarten
- Your Child is Not Behind
- Why You Don’t Need a Teaching Degree to Homeschool Your Kids