This month, we’ve pulled out a great tool for learning the alphabet and two books that can give insight to those who think they have dyslexia or those who are trying to understand how their dyslexic friends and family think.
Do you have a child with dyslexia who is starting to learn letters? You and your student will benefit from the Sandpaper Letters from Adena Montessori. These cards use colors and a sandpaper surface for their letters so students can trace the letter while learning. This tactile tool aids students in learning how each shape looks and is supposed to be written.
The ADENA brand has more than ten years of development and progress. Each set comes with both uppercase and lowercase letters made with non-toxic high-quality paint.
As for this month’s books, we’d like to bring your attention to Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz and I Have Dyslexia. What Does That Mean? By Delaney Dannenberg and Shelley Ball-Dannenberg