Many of you asked for links to Resources that families homeschooling with dyslexia have used with success. I will be adding to it over time, and you’ll notice that I will reference this page quite often. I recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy!

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For Parents

This list of resources for parents are books and web sites that I read over and over again. One of the main reasons for starting this site was to encourage and equip parents to successfully teach their kids at home. Teaching kids with dyslexia requires knowledge of how they learn and a fair amount of creativity. These books will give you all of that information.

Teaching Reading

These are my favorite resources for teaching reading to kids with dyslexia.  Some of these programs come in book form, some are computerized and some involve the hiring of a certified tutor or educational therapist.  I have personal experience with every program mentioned here.


No parent of a dyslexic child should shy away from the use of technology to both aid learning and accommodate weaknesses.  The following apps are ideal for the highly visual dyslexic mind.  Please also see the Assistive Technology tab for more educational helps.

Assistive Technology

These are some of my favourite homeschool assistive technology for students with dyslexia

Reliable Web Sites

A few of my favorite homeschool reliable web sites for students with dyslexia


A few of my favorite homeschool curricula for students with dyslexia best math programs for teaching kids with dyslexia


It is estimated that between 30 – 60 % of people with dyslexia also have ADD or ADHD.  Getting educated on what this is is imperative.


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