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Information about brains, reading, dyslexia, school, and language. No matter where you are in your literacy journey, there is something here for you!

Decodable Books for Kids

Here are some great options for decodable books for home or school. Decodable books are an important source of practice for beginning readers. As students learn to decode and spell words, having texts that use those patterns consistently gives them focused practice with the skill. Using decodables, students can turn their attention to fluency and comprehending the story.

Some students move through the decodable stage quickly and move on to reading any book they choose. Others need extended practice with books that follow the patterns they are learning. For those students, it’s great to have options!

Dyslexia Resources

Dyslexia and Literacy Resources for Parents – Many parents learn about dyslexia for the first time when a child is diagnosed. The amount of information that comes with that news is overwhelming! There are many misconceptions about dyslexia, so reliable, reputable, sources of information are essential. Find them here!

Dyslexia and Orton-Gillingham Resources – These resources are more geared toward the teaching team. It includes some resources for students themselves. Teachers and tutors will find some great resources to support your structured literacy teaching.