Help Your Child Overcome Dyslexia With 10 Activities

Due to the busyness of the parents, the children are having difficulties in reading and writing. This article proposes 10 easy activities that can be applied from home to overcome dyslexia.

Today it is very common to talk about dyslexia in school-age children. The difficult thing is facing, as a parent, this silent problem of a child. Dyslexia is difficulty reading and recognizing letters. It is not a neurological problem, but it is, in many cases, a genetic issue or a poor hearing. It is usually accompanied by scattered attention deficit; This is where, as parents, we must support this process, so that our children overcome this difficulty.

Here I share some activities that can be done at home, without the need to resort to other mechanisms, aimed at overcoming this problem:

1. As parents, accept that your child has this learning problem

. By accepting it, you can carry out follow-up processes that help you to know the progress of your child without making comparisons with other children, but by focusing on the difficulty they present.

2. Talk to your child about his learning problem

 It will help you carry out your activities with greater confidence, but not make it known as a problem, but as a difficulty that can be overcome with school reinforcement at home.

3. The word game with many colors

 It will allow your child to recognize letters, thus initiating symbolic learning as a means of communication.

4. Use the things you have in your environment,

like chairs, tables, television, toys; as this will help you to recognize the letters that the words contain and to evoke them in the written medium.

5. Cover your eyes

and in turn write

with your fingers on his back, ask him what letter it is and what word begins with it; This develops the communicative and logical dimension of the written medium.

6. Playing letter clouds,

you will learn, in a fun way, the recognition of them.

7. Management of spaces in notebooks

First, starting with large letters and gradually decreasing the spaces will make the child manage them when writing.

8. When you start reading,

It should contain pictures and letters to make it more pleasant to your eyes.

9. Memorize the songs

that you like will stimulate your cognitive ability.

10. Carrying out manual activities

It will encourage fine motor skills to improve pencil grip and writing.

These activities are carried out in comfortable, quiet places, where the child can perform his reinforcements with greater confidence and more if his parents offer him this opportunity to get ahead in his difficulty with letters.

This is a job that both parents and teachers should do, and not make it look like a problem that has no solution. With a lot of discipline, when carrying out their activities and handling the rules, they will allow them to overcome this difficulty, which many children have but few overcome it due to the lack of knowledge and acceptance of their parents and educators.

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