Dyslexia Games has been successful in helping so many who have struggled with dyslexia, so I want to spread the word!
Brain research shows that Non-Dyslexics (easy readers) use the left brain when reading.
But when struggling dyslexics attempt to read, brain scans reveal an absence of activity in the left brain.
Research also shows that when a dyslexic person learns to read the brain activity is seen in the RIGHT SIDE of the brain, and not the left.
The right brain must learn to compensate for the absence of activity in the left brain.
Sarah J. Brown, a homeschooling mother who lived near us before they moved to Ukraine, developed it because her daughter Anna struggled with dyslexia.
She shared her successful discovery with the world. Now thousands of children around the globe use Dyslexia Games with a 99% satisfaction rate.
Dyslexia Games is a fun therapy based on this research. The workbooks begin with ART, Puzzle Games and many 3D drawings.
We know the right brain can be trained to read.
But the right brain learns differently.
Typical teaching methods fail with dyslexic learners, yet most therapy for dyslexia just calls for more kindergarten level (baby stuff!).
This is wrong!
To train the right brain to read we must use vivid 3D images, art, logic, creative thinking, and hands on techniques, NOT childish phonics lessons!
“I am a former public school elementary teacher who worked primarily with kids that had print disabilities. I know all the latest literature, all the tricks and have taught pretty much every dyslexia curriculum out there. Yet, my 7 year old could not read. She was clearly dyslexic, and she knew all her sounds. Yet, we had been working on “the” since kindergarten and she still hadn’t mastered it. I bought Dyslexia Games, and dropped everything else we were doing for reading. We just did her “puzzle pages” and a month later, she was reading picture books. Now 3 months later she is at grade level. I cannot express my gratitude to Sarah Janisse Brown and Dyslexia Games enough.” -Ashlee Geesaman
The Games – How Do They Work?
We know that dyslexic learners have a knack for figuring out these Puzzles because of their visual thinking talents and skills:
- The Puzzle Games activate the right brain
- Over time the games begin to introduce symbols, letters and numbers – as part of the art!
Dyslexia Games is a series of workbooks packed with learning activities that empower your student’s brain with new abilities and new brain connections for literacy. Even older children, teens and adults who have been struggling for a long time can quickly build the mental skills needed to succeed in reading, writing and spelling!
The games are so intuitive that student will rarely need help from parents or teachers! This makes your job easy! Just use the books in order, and watch your student thrive! Before long, he or she will be able to move on to normal schoolwork without the mental confusion caused by Dyslexia.
With Dyslexia Games there are:
- NO grueling memorization
- NO flash cards
- NO boring text books
- NO endless repetition of the same dull facts!
Just fun and games for 15 to 20 minutes a day!
The art and puzzles in Dyslexia Games gradually transform into reading activities and over the course of 2 to 3 months, depending on the pace of the student, the right brain takes over the job of reading!
Eventually the student is weaned away from the art, as drawings are replaced with normal words, sentences and poetry. At the end of Dyslexia Games Series B the student is doing normal schoolwork. They can even read black letters on a white page. Once the therapy is complete the reading confusion is gone, and students are able to move on to normal reading and writing activities!
Dyslexia Games Builds Your Child’s Confidence
Did you know that Dyslexics are brilliant and many will learn to read, with or without therapy? The natural process can take years! Dyslexia Games accelerates this process, empowering the student to overcome symptoms of dyslexia in a few months, not a few years! This is wonderful for a child’s self-confidence!
The pages include art games, pattern games and puzzles that require the student to tap into his natural problem solving skills and unique intelligence.
Each workbook presents the student with increasingly challenging activities, while introducing him to the complexities of the written language through simple word games and poetry.
Dyslexia Games Therapy is easy for kids to use without much help from parents or teachers! It’s FUN!
See Dyslexia Games Samples
(If you buy the Print At Home Version you can download the books to your computer and print pages for all your children. Little ones who use Series A at age 4 to 6 rarely have any problems with dyslexia in the future. See videos to use before each new book.)
Meet Sarah J. Brown, the creator of Dyslexia Games and read Anna’s story.
Sarah J. Brown, creator of Dyslexia Games, is a Creative Learning Specialist, who also home-educates her children. The Browns have a beautiful, large family of ten children, and they all enjoy music, art, traveling and working with orphans in Eastern Europe.
Also, by Sarah J. Brown: Creativity In Learning: Don’t Raise A Child Who’s Afraid Of Mistakes