Tag Archives: reading aloud

How to Help a Child with Dyslexia at Home: What Parents Can Do

Many students in the United States today are struggling readers. The U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics evaluates reading comprehension every two …

December 17, 2021 in Blog Posts

Happy Holidays 2021

Stress Management 101

In a recent “Best of NPR” newsletter, Christopher Dean Hopkins writes about helping young students cope with unusual conditions as they return to school. He …

December 18, 2019 in Blog Posts, Reading

Reading Togetherness

The holidays are upon us. The days and nights are chilly. It’s family time. And what better way to share these winter hours than reading …

The Case for Audiobooks

Some people will argue that listening to a book does not have the same benefits as reading it yourself. That is true, but just because …

Unconventional Summer Learning

The summer is drawing to a close and the school year is going to begin again. You don’t want to burn your child out with …

The Problem(s) With Reading Recovery

Reading Recovery® is a strategy that has been praised by schools around the world and is currently being used in 10,000 elementary schools in the …

Differences in the Dyslexic Brain

It is important to remember that Dyslexia is a neurobiological disorder which means the issues are located inside the brain. Common misconceptions about the cause …

Teaching Dyslexic Students: A Guide

Unfortunately, public school educators are usually overwhelmed with the amount of children in their class so they cannot take the time to alter their techniques …

Confidence Building For Your Child

Reading and spelling problems are the most prevalent issues that dyslexics face, but many forget the possible shame that is packaged with the disorder. It …

Learning and Memory-What Works? The Method Depends on the Task

Universities have been offering psychology courses for over 140 years, since the 1870s. You may have even taken one of these courses. Do you remember …

What Should My Child Read?

Dyslexia Therapist, Tori Whaley, gives her advice on what your child should read depending on their needs. Since I was a child in elementary school, libraries …