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Dynamics Newsletter | Issue 120 June 2024
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Dyslexia, Strong EF skills increase our ability to learn new information, problem-solve and make sound decisions.as defined by the British Dyslexia Association, is a learning difficulty primarily affecting word reading and spelling skills. Key features include challenges in phonological awareness, verbal memory, and processing speed. Individuals with dyslexia may struggle with processing and retaining information, impacting their learning and literacy development.

Recognizing Early Signs
Early signs of dyslexia may include difficulties in learning nursery rhymes, recognizing common words, hesitant reading, comprehension issues, and losing place while reading.

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Tips for Supporting Your Child at Home

    Practice Phonics
  • 1. Practice Phonics:
    Engage in activities that enhance phonological awareness, such as singing nursery rhymes and focusing on syllables and phonemes. Strengthening these associations between sounds and print aids in literacy development.
  • 2. Reading Together:
    Take turns reading aloud with your child, encouraging daily reading sessions. Choose age-appropriate material to improve vocabulary and comprehension. Discuss the content to stimulate critical thinking skills.
  • 3. Word Games and Activities:
    Play games like Scrabble or Hangman to expand vocabulary and reinforce spelling. Introducing new words enhances cognitive skills and boosts confidence.
  • Multisensory Learning
  • 4. Multisensory Learning:
    Make learning tactile by using materials like magnetic alphabets or sand to form letters. Engaging multiple senses enhances retention and understanding.
  • 5. Celebrate Success:
    Acknowledge your child's achievements and strengths. Foster open communication about challenges, promoting acceptance and understanding. Encourage a positive attitude towards learning.

By implementing these strategies, you can provide essential support to your child with dyslexia, empowering them to thrive academically and personally.

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