Please visit our blog regularly to take advantage of the resources for parents found on the right side of this blog.  These  are updated regularly.  You can click on the Printables, for instance, for tip sheets for specific grade levels.  You can also visit the website for more information Reading Rockets for Parents.

Dyslexia Parents Resource

A parent shared this wonderful resource regarding Dyslexia, and would like to share this with parents and teachers. Visit the website here.  

Educational Games

“We scoured the web for the best and most trustworthy educational games with the single goal of providing students, parents and teachers with the best interactive homework help the web has to offer!”  as it says on their website.

Video shows why it’s important for parents to take action early

Rick Lavoie shows parents why it’s important to take action. “Parents sometimes worry that they’re overreacting when their child isn’t reading in first and second grade,” says Lavoie. Watch the video More information about parenting from this website

Links for Reading Practice

Links for reading practice

Ordering Books Online

Can’t Find the Book your Child Wants? For those of you (and your children) who love to visit National Bookstore, FullyBooked, or Power Books to find your new book only to leave disappointed because they do not carry it, there is a reliable website to order from. Visit http://www.bookdepository.com/ Free shipping world wide!! Fortunately the […]

How to present written materials…

… so that people with dyslexia can read them! This is something that I have been meaning to post for a while but was reminded by a forum thread I was reading last night about professional and ‘unprofessiona’ fonts to use in documents such as job application forms.  the British Dyselxia Association provides a very […]