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It’s important to work with your dyslexic students using a variety of methods. Approaching the battle to overcome dyslexia challenges from a multi-sensory perspective will make a huge difference in level of success.
We use a variety of techniques to enjoy hands on learning, creativity and artistic abilities, and a wide variety of tools to overcome dyslexia. It is important to offer your students various methods to practice and tools to make it easier on them. See the rest of the series for more detailed information and additional freebies.
Regular practice and repetition is not enough, but it is an important factor to help your students overcome this challenge. Offering these types of worksheets not only uses a touch of artistic ability, but also uses the right brain power which dyslexic students have in abundance. They include a mix of right brain and left brain activities to make the most of each worksheet without overwhelming the student.
We’ve seen great success in a relatively short time using this technique & hope you will too!
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