Benefits to Homeschooling a Child With Dyslexia

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Benefits to Homeschooling a Child With Dyslexia

  • Allows for the necessary individualized instruction in all subject areas: reading, spelling, composition and comprehension.
  • Allows for kids to focus on areas of interest and for lessons to be planned around those interests.
  • Allows for freedom from being measured against peers, day in and day out, with no learning difficulties.
  • Allows for your child to work at their own pace using resources that work best with thier individual strengths.
  • Homeschooling necessarily avoids the rigid scheduling and standardized testing {and the practice of teaching to the test} that is required in the public schools.

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