Dyslexia Games Series B Set (8 Books)

Dyslexia Games Series B Set (8 Books)


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Grades: 3-7

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Dyslexia Games Series Bprovides essential therapy to 8-12 year-old students who:

  • Have symptomsof ADHD, Dyslexia, LD, orAsperger's Syndrome.
  • Struggle withgrade level reading, writing, and spelling skills.
  • Fail toadvance or often complain "I don't get it."
  • Have a weak concept of direction.
  • Have messy handwriting.
  • Are embarrassedwhen asked to read aloud.
  • Reverseor confuseletters, words or numbers.
  • Have concentration problems.
  • Are creative students who quickly lose interest in schoolwork.
  • Students who can not remember rules of phonics, but can read three letter words.

*After completing Series B, the student should no longer have reading confusion and will be ready for any normal curriculum or Series C.

*Students over 9 years old with serious spelling problems, should complete both Series B & C, but will not need Series A.

Category Description for Dyslexia Games:

Created by Sarah Brown, visionary behind the popular Thinking Tree/Fun Schooling Journals, these series of workbooks use art and logic to “reprogram the brain” gradually through research-based workbook activities. Workbooks begin with art, puzzle games and some 3D drawings; integrating current research which shows many dyslexic learners have strong visual thinking, and can work puzzles more quickly than peers without dyslexia. Following this viewpoint, the puzzle games are designed to activate the right brain, and over time will introduce symbols, letters and numbers - as part of the art. As the child progresses through the series, they are weaned away from the art, as drawings are replaced with normal words, sentences and poetry.

Black and white activity pages allow for the child to express his/her creativity as they complete the exercises. Books are sold as a series, not individually, and completed in numerical order. Children are encouraged to complete 2-4 activity pages (or 15 minutes) per day. Additional supplies include pencils and colored pencils, erasers and a black gel pen. No teaching information is provided, although basic information on how to use the program are included in the brief intro (copyright page) and/or on the individual pages. Therapy videos are provided on the publisher page for Series A. Page count varies. This unique series has been shown to help dyslexic children, as well as children with ADHD, ASD and other learning issues. Parents may find it also a fun way to engage a more resistant learner, or build confidence in an otherwise struggling learner!

Series A contains 6 books to meet the needs of the younger learner who is new or a non-reader. Target age would be around 5-8 years. The author offers 12 instructional videos at no additional charge on her website. Videos average 5 minutes in length and align with select activity pages from the different books. At this level, there are 30 game/lesson pages per book.

Series B contains 8 books and is designed to meet the needs of the 8-12-year-old struggling reader. The targeted reading level is around a 1st grade reading level. At the completion of the B Series, children should be reading at a grade 3 or higher level. Most books contain 30 lessons, with 45 lessons in the Creative Copywork book.

Series C is 8 books to meet the needs of a 10-year-old or older student. The focus in this series is spelling, math facts, focus, and comprehension. Most dyslexic students over twelve years old can start with Series C and do not need to use Series A or B first. There are 30-65 lessons per book.

Struggling learners (and their parents!) will appreciate this unique approach to brain training that encourages creativity and confidence through the sequential workbooks. ~ Deanne

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Dyslexic sons - thought this might be a fun way to learn
Kimberly B on Aug 7, 2022
Dyslexic sons - thought this might be a fun way to learn
Kimberly B on Aug 7, 2022
Do these books become more difficult as you move through each book or is each book more difficult than the previous one?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2020
BEST ANSWER: There is a progression in the books. The student should finish Book 1 in the series before moving on to Book 2 and so forth. So, there is both progression as you move through the book and each book is more difficult than the previous one.
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