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Homeschooling kids with dyslexia is good but it isn’t easy

“Kids who learn differently need to be taught differently.
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Dyslexia Books

Get started teaching yourself and your kids about dyslexia with our books. Getting educated is the first step.

Parent Courses

Learn how to teach kids the way they learn with one of our online courses written specifically for the homeschool parent.

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Get plugged into to one of our mentoring groups. We have three options to choose from. You don’t have to do this alone!

Recent Posts

Dyslexia Success Starts With This One Thing

When I first started homeschooling 22 years ago I didn't even know that there were smart people who struggled to learn. School was always easy for me and I was one of the 'good students'. I found it easy to sit still, pay attention, follow directions, and learn in a...

Teach Reading With Dyslexia: Best Orton-Gillingham Resources

A roundup of my best Orton-Gillingham resources. As the homeschooling mom of 7 kids with dyslexia I have tried just about every reading program out there. Once I discovered that the Orton-Gillingham (OG) approach was proven by research to be the best way to teach...

Hi-Lo Books for Struggling or Reluctant Readers

Have you ever told your bored (and dyslexic) kids to go read a book? I know I have! The problem with this advice is that for many struggling readers, reading is still too difficult to be enjoyable. Choosing a few Hi-Lo books (high interest/low readability) for your...

Homeschool Kindergarten: Curriculum and Methods

When I first started homeschooling I was absurdly anxious about homeschooling Kindergarten.  A lot has changed since then. Nowadays when I have a new Kindergartener to teach, I hardly give it a thought because teaching Kindergarten has become simply a natural...

Homeschool Curriculum Choices for High School

The goal of this post is to help you find the best homeschool curriculum for the unique learning needs of the  high school student with dyslexia.  If you feel like you blinked and your babies are in high school, you're not alone! It is common to feel nervous...

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Christy Shepherd

This site is my go-to resource for teaching my profoundly dyslexic son. Marianne’s practical and encouraging wisdom has helped me think differently about how I educate my son – and all for the better. I am so grateful for her heart to help other parents with dyslexic kids succeed in educating their children at home. Thank you!

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PCET Professionally Certified Educational Therapist

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