Read this article for practical suggestions on how to help struggling readers with Bible reading and memorization.
An update on a child's story of dyslexia, 5 tips for parents, and a video of a boy with dyslexia reading the book he wrote about his journey.
Today I want to share with you ten verses that I pray will bring hope and encouragement to you and your child. I know there can be difficult days. I know what it is like to have a child melt down because there are too many words on the page or the story is not... Continue Reading →
There are some days I just want to quit. Perhaps you can relate . . . Five children with five different needs, at five different levels and five different learning styles . . . add to it the fact that one is a preschooler who wants to do everything his older brothers are doing .... Continue Reading →
Do you have a child who has recently been diagnosed with dyslexia? Are you left wondering what to do next? Check out these suggestions from a mom who has been there!
Ministry Mom Note: Since originally posting this article, 9 year old Corban has published a book about his story of dyslexia. See the end of this post for more information. My story starts when I was 5. I was reading a story about the man with a tin can on his head, and it felt... Continue Reading →
I have a child who has dyslexia. It is his drawing that is displayed on the right. He is almost 9 years old and has just completed the 3rd grade. This week, I am going to share our story and then offer some suggestions of ways to help children with dyslexia in the church. First,... Continue Reading →