Resources for the Dyslexic Child

UPDATE: This resource list has become so long over the years that I have decided to break it up by subject as a series of posts.  The posts in this resource series are linked below.

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Phonics and Early Readers

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Spelling

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Handwriting and Copywork

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Grammar and Latin

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: History, Literature and Science

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Math

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Resources for Mom and Dad

Homeschooling the Dyslexic Child: Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Thank you very much for this list! I have read the Gift of Dyslexia and have the other one you mentioned waiting at the library.

    I also got to review the All About Reading Cobweb the Cat and the second one. (The name escapes me at the moment.)They are excellent!

    http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/kristenph

  2. I know this is an old post but I still wanted to leave you a comment. Thank you. Our son is 8 and has a formal dx of dyslexia. We brought him home due to the huge amount of anxiety at school. After several months of not really moving forward, I’ve been researching better curriculum and the one in particular I googled tonight was All About Spelling and dyslexia, which landed me here on your awesome, very helpful post! I felt rather defeated this morning but your post encourages me. Thank you.

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