Resources at home to help children with Dyslexia
Oxford Owls has free e-books accessible for parents and some very interesting short video clips giving ideas. The link below highlights common reading difficulties, but there are also sections on spelling:
On the Oxford owls website there are also a whole range of resources for different ages and for a variety of topics such as maths. These resources allow parents to chose ones that are most appropriate for their child regardless of the age ranges indicated. Click on the following link:
driver youth trust - for literacy
The Driver Youth Trust also has a wealth of free resources. The website has resources to support comprehension, inference, writing, spelling and reading. Click on the link below to get to the home resource page, scroll down the webpage to access the top tips section.
British Dyslexia Association
The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) has useful information with some useful links:
On the British Dyslexia Association site there is a link to a spelling resource, free at the moment during lockdown, which parents may find useful:
Follow the link below for Judy Hornigold’s Maths Mayhem activities which she encourages families to complete together. All previous challenges can be viewed and downloaded. Judy Hornigold delivers training on supporting pupils with maths difficulties and videos of her training can be viewed on her website too.
Parent Champions are ordinary people who have a passion for supporting children who struggle with literacy. Click on the link below to find out more: