1. How great is this post and how great is your beautiful little reader! Homeschooling has some wonderful advantages, and I’ve always wondered what it must be like to homeschool a child with a learning “disability” (I was homeschooled and intend on homeschooling my children). Praise God for what you’ve both accomplished!

  2. My 11 year old son was just diagnosed as having severe dyslexia. I have suspected this for years so it wasn’t much of a surprise.

    Last year in the 4th grade, he was reading at a 1.5 grade level. I began working with him before and after school and in seven months he’s gone up a whole reading level, currently reading at 2.5 level!

    This “afterschooling” has given me the confidence to pull him out of public school and homeschool him.

    Thanks for your great article, it reinforced what I’ve been thinking. I feel as though his school has given up on him ever reading or learning much but I know that’s not true. The sky’s the limit!

  3. Anonymous

    I am homeschooling my children and I believe my daughter is dyslexic. I am struggling on how to teach her to read because she is not transferring words from flash cards to a book. If you have any suggestions could you please e-mail me.


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