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A great strategy to help a dyslexic child read is create a reading window out of cardboard that allows the child to only read one line at a time.  You can also use tinted cellophane paper to help cut down the drastic differences between the black and white print.

This is another great window reader. This type uses colored cellophane paper with a slit cut out in the middle. But also allows the reader to see all of the other text.

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7 things Dyslexic Children Struggle with and tips for children with dyslexia.

Things Dyslexic Children Struggle With and Tips to Overcome Them

Does your child have dyslexia? Check out these 7 things dyslexic children struggle with and tips to help them overcome them.

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DIY Whisper Phones. Children use while they read to themselves. Go to the website for instructions.

I used to use a whisper phone! DIY Whisper Phones~ Children use these to hear themselves as they quietly read aloud. This post has great directions and with pictures that explain how to make them with inexpensive materials.

Resources for Teaching Dyslexic Children {Homeschool Question of the Day}

Resources for Teaching Dyslexic Children {Homeschool Question of the Day}

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Phrases you can use to keep the team focused on the most important thing: helping your child.

10 Defusing Phrases to Use at IEP Meetings

IEP tips: Phrases you can use to keep the team focused on the most important thing: helping your child.

There’s an App for That: Assistive technology (AT) and Learning Disabled Children

Find an APP that matches your child's particular need: Assistive Technology (AT) can help children with intellectual disabilities or learning disabilities.

If your child has reading issues and uses Chrome, there are several tools that can help. Learn about these six apps and extensions.

6 Chrome Tools for Kids With Reading Issues

Teach Your Child to Read - If your child has reading issues and uses Chrome, there are several tools that can help. Learn about these six apps and extensions. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

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