“Recently, I was pleased to discover Dyslexia Games. They are an enchanting and innovative way to address the unique challenges kids with dyslexia and related difficulties face. These games are practical tools, but most important of all, they are fun! Besides the games, the website is a source of hope and encouragement for parents of children with special needs.”
-Dr. James Pendleton, FL
These mind training games are different from EVERYTHING you have ever tried because they focus on the child’s TALENTS, not their weaknesses!
Dyslexia Games is a series of workbooks packed with learning activities that empower the child’s brain with new abilities and new brain connections for literacy. Even older children 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 kids will rarely need help from parents or teachers! This makes your job easy! Just use the books in order, and watch your students thrive! Before long he will be able to move on to normal schoolwork without the mental confusion caused by Dyslexia.
With Dyslexia Games there is NO grueling memorization, NO flash cards, NO boring text books and NO endless repetition of the same dull facts! Just fun and games for 15 to 20 minutes a day!
We consider your child’s active mind and creative style to be a special gift, not a hindrance! That’s why our worksheets are fun, interesting, and playful. Boys and girls both enjoy the games because animals are the main theme of the books.
The pages include art games, pattern games and puzzles that require the child 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 is the simplest, fastest, (and most affordable!) way to help children to naturally overcome symptoms of Dyslexia, including letter reversals, poor spelling, messy handwriting, concentration problems, and reading confusion.
To find out more, please visit: http://www.dyslexiagames.com