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I bought this book for my grade 1 son when we began our homeschool journey. He loved it so much. After a bad experience in Kindergarten he loves learning again. He is a confident reader now. His teachers and family members have been so impressed at how far he has come in six months. Now he is reading at an advanced level independently. He is not dyslexic but the methods in this book really helped him in areas he was struggling.
Excellent book that will help my daughter learn to read more efficiently great games ,easy lessons. We did activities one and two so far I can see my daughter breezing her way through out this work book. I received on Friday our school purchased it for us SelfDesign
My 7-year-old has been trying to learn to read through the BRI system for some time, he gets really frustrated. He is autistic and seems to have issues processing and recalling words that he knows so I thought I would give this book a try. While it is too early to say if it is helping him learn to read we are having a lot of fun with it. The only problem I have, making it a 4 star instead of a 5 star, is that the spelling is American, which I didn't see in the description. To combat this I have been scanning the pages needed on my PC, and pasting a UK spelling over the American one.
I have been working through loads of different ideas to try and make things easier for my son. This book is inviting because of the colours and activities. I would say you need to read each activity first so that you know what is expected before doing it together so they don't try and get out of doing it. To anyone even looking at this review, the fact you are looking to provide additional support for a person who has Dyslexia is brilliant, this book will help. Life is tough and Dyslexia makes it so much harder - but it is only a hitch :-)
This is helpful for me understanding what tasks our 5 year old struggles with with undiagnosed auditory processing disorder and dyslexia. It gives some tasks she can try at home although I’d like to know what strategies I could apply at home , I’m not sure the book gives me this. We’re going into year one and it’s a good level for year one