So, our Summer Camp plans changed this week. After an executive meeting, our campers decided on Plan B: Fairy Garden. We are creating a fairy garden out of an old, overgrown sandbox.
Originally posted on Simple Days making for an Exciting Adventure:
Homeschooling is a terrific option for many children with dyslexia and/or dysgraphia. At first, you may think that it is too much to tackle. However, you have time on your side when you homeschool! Children with dyslexia and dysgraphia typically need to have information presented in multiple ways. Children with dyslexia also do much better when information is presented either in a small group or one on one. Teachers do not have the time or the resources to do these two things even when they really want to.
My son worked with a tutor for one full year two times a week while in the third grade. After that year, I realized that I could work with him as well. There are a ton of programs out there for children with dyslexia. I have tried many and the following is what we have now found that works for us.
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