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The 3 Most Damaging Myths About Dyslexia

Most of us are unaware that one in every six people passing us on the street is unable to read simple text. And most of us are unaware just what an enormous impact that has on their lives. It is easy to say “she is dyslexic” without really knowing what that means for someone’s life, if reading is still hard for that person.

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Is reading comprehension difficulty a myth?

Is reading comprehension difficulty a myth?

Reading comprehension is one of the primary markers of progress in elementary/primary school. If your child is in the classroom between the ages of 5 and 10, it is highly likely that their progress reports will contain a grade for comprehension!

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(VIDEO) What is Trainertext Visual Phonics?

(VIDEO) What is Trainertext Visual Phonics?

It can take a moment to understand this new literacy approach, but once you do, the process is simple and the results astounding. This video explains how Trainertext Visual Phonics works and how you can use it to help a child learn to read.

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Book Recommendations: Primary/Elementary Readers

We always remind parents that in the early days of regaining interest in reading after months or years of struggling, the goal is to keep all reading practice fun and enjoyable. It is also a big bonus for the content to be interesting and appropriately challenging. Instead of strictly enforcing reading each night, we recommend finding books that your child wants to read without any prodding. Graphic novels, comic books, and age appropriate chapter books are all places to start!

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3 ways to help your child learn to read better in less time

On average, children spend 7475 hours in the classroom throughout their primary and lower secondary education, and much of that time is spent on reading. In our experience, most children can crack reading in about 15 hours with the right instruction method.

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