Children learn to read and write at different rates. A dyslexic child generally has persistent and unusual difficulties when tackling words. He/she may struggle with spelling, writing, reading, memory or numbers. He/she may appear to be bright in other areas, but is not progressing as quickly as other children of a similar age and general ability.
Kids with dyslexia needs to have confidence in order to learn and overcome their difficulties. Because they have experienced failure, deep down they don’t believe they are capable of learning. Few tips to the readers are help them to re-establish their self-confidence, provide them the opportunity to succeed and praise them for small achievements.
If you are the parent or teacher of a child with dyslexia, or are dyslexic yourself, you are probably already aware that there is no shortage of information, advice and apps claiming to be useful to people with dyslexia. We've included some apps below that we hope you will find useful when supporting pupils with dyslexia, literacy and numeracy difficulties.