phonemic awareness games, including
Step 3: Use;a;phonics;system;that;does
Step 4: Immerse your child in reading by
Why does this approach, increasing
Every time your child reads a letter that
consistently has the same, single sound,
his phonics pathway is strengthened.
Every time the letter makes a different sound, your child’s brain actually
secretes a chemical that feels bad and
kids, dyslexic or not.
link a sound with a letter so that a new
word can be sounded out. In essence, a
What is the sound of this letter in this
your beginning reader to link the writ-ten;word;to;his;already;formed;speech
A system that starts out by introduc-
more difficult for a dyslexic, because it
weakened phonemic awareness area.
Therefore, to read a word, the students
other letters in their minds and then sub-
stitute the three vowel sounds until they
kids labeled ADHD