By Sarah J. Brown.
Do you feel like you have tried everything, and your child still struggles just to read and write?
I am a homeschooling mother, and I felt the same way when my eight year-old daughter, Anna, couldn’t even tell the difference between the letters “b” and “d”. We had tried everything!
I was losing confidence in my ability to homeschool, and my daughter was beginning to feel like she was “stupid” compared to other kids her age. What really upset her was the fact that her younger sister was reading “real books” and she was left behind.
So we trudged through a mountain of phonics workbooks. We bought learning DVDs. We played online reading games. I tried new curricula, but nothing solved the root problem: symbol confusion.
Dyslexia Mystery Solved
But one day I gave up trying to teach Anna myself and hired a reading tutor. After working with Anna for a while the teacher turned to me and said, “Honey, your little girl has Dyslexia. These typical workbooks are useless.”
At first I felt like there was no hope, and there was something wrong with my child. But soon I realized that I had a very gifted child in my house…who needed serious help.
I was amazed and puzzled by the way Anna, like most dyslexic children, could create detailed works of art and yet still struggle with simple reading tasks. I was determined to find out why such brilliant kids couldn’t learn to read.
I learned everything I could about Dyslexia, including all the current research, available therapies, and brain development options. I looked into Dyslexia Therapy, willing to try anything. I just wanted Anna to learn to read.
Sadly, our family did not have hundreds of dollars to spend. I was determined to help her myself. After much research on dyslexia and time working with my daughter, I began to put together a therapy designed just for her.
That is when Dyslexia Games was born. I was solving a wonderful mystery that would eventually help many children to overcome their struggles with Dyslexia, without the high costs of traditional therapy.
I knew that Anna did not want to “do school”, she was burnt out. She was very happy to draw and play mind games. So I created pages and pages of drawing activities and mind games to trick Anna into learning how to read and write. Anna could finally tell the difference between b’s and d’s! She loved the puzzles and art activities and within days she showed serious improvement. Just a few weeks later she was picking up books and sounding out words with a smile on her face!
Anna discovered the joy of reading and ended up developing beautiful handwriting, too, after just a few months. I could see that Anna had begun using the strongest area of her mind, not the weakest, to learn reading and writing. It was like a new beginning! Now Anna is thriving in EVERY subject in school, but art is still #1.
Dyslexia Games is For students ages 5 to adult who:
- Have symptoms of ADHD, Dyslexia, LD, or Asperger’s Syndrome.
- Struggle with grade level reading, writing, and spelling skills.
- Fail to advance or often complain “I don’t get it.”
- Have a weak concept of direction.
- Have messy handwriting.
- Are embarrassed when asked to read aloud.
- Reverse or confuse letters, words or numbers.
- Have concentration problems.
- Are creative students who quickly lose interest in schoolwork.
- Students who can not remember rules of phonics, even after years of trying!
Dyslexia Games Therapy is easy for kids to use without much help from parents or teachers! It’s FUN!
We hope you will use Dyslexia Games (see samples) with your child. Now that Anna has overcome her struggles with symbol confusion and reading frustration, homeschooling is fun again! We hope that your Dyslexic child will also be given the tools to quickly overcome his or her struggles with Dyslexia!
When Sarah discovered the key to correcting the symptoms of Dyslexia she knew she had to share the discovery with the world. Now thousands of children around the globe use Dyslexia Games with a 99% satisfaction rate.
You see, Dyslexic kids would much rather learn through art and games than through phonics and sight words! Over time even children with ADHD and high functioning Autism begin to excel at the games… Sweet SUCCESS!
When Josh and Sarah found out that their 8 year-old daughter, Anna, had Dyslexia, they began their search for answers and solutions.
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 helping many, many families through their Dyslexia Games website AND Thinking Tree PDF Fun-Schooling Curriculum.