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I LOVE the Orton-Gillingham Approach: Multi-sensory approach for teaching reading and spelling to children with Dyslexia.

Successful dyslexia treatment requires special teaching techniques and content that are based on evidence based research.

A complete description of the Orton Gillingham approach to reading instruction for dyslexia and list of accredited training schools

Barton Tiles App for use with the Barton Reading & Spelling System - an O-G approach

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Makes sense:  "One of the main drivers of engagement is this feeling of relevancy, the sense that what you are learning has a relationship to the real world..." Another interesting point: "...psychology researchers from Notre Dame point out, 'The right brain, which governs much of our self-regulation, creativity and empathy[...] grows through full-body experience.'"

Outdoor learning: Education’s next revolution?

Outdoor learning: Education’s next revolution? A growing body of research suggests that exposing students to nature could yield extraordinary results

How to Reach the Community with a Sunday School day at the Park - Children's Ministry Outreach Ideas

A picnic is a great way to gather the family for an afternoon of sunshine, food and activities. You can have a picnic on the beach or in a park.

Heather Farnsworth Pin 2: This website provides tips for teachers and parents who have a child in their lives that has dyslexia. Children with dyslexia can not read or even do simple math problems. They often have a hard time following directions in class because they have poor auditory short term memory to retain information

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Dyslexia: Strategies You Can Try at Home

School isn’t the only place where kids can improve their reading skills. These fun, at-home strategies are great ways to work with dyslexia and reading issues.

7 Reading Strategies Beyond “Sound it Out!”

7 Reading Strategies Beyond "Sound it Out!"