Children with dyslexia can’t learn to read the way most kids do. Some brains are wired so differently that the kids need special learning techniques. Some kids teach themselves to pin down the words with self-invented techniques. For these 6-9 year olds, the “box” does not even exist.
This summer I am reading with an 8 1/2 year old boy. He considers himself a second grader, even though school is over, because “third graders are allowed to cross the big avenue, and I’m not allowed yet.” He may have mild dyslexia, since he often reverses the order of letters, but never ‘sees’ words… Read More Tutor 2nd Grade Reading