Homeschooling with Dyslexia Multi-Course Bundle Giveaway


 
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Welcome to Day 15 of the 2017 Back to Homeschool Giveaway Extravaganza. Today’s giveaway is sponsored by Marianne Sunderland the founder of Homeschooling with Dyslexia and she is giving away a bundle of Dyslexia classes. If your child suffers from Dyslexia {or you suspect that they might}, read on…

Do you have a child who is bright but struggles to read and spell?

It may be dyslexia. Dyslexia affects approximately 20% of the population and is characterized by:
–Slow, inaccurate reading
–Difficulty spelling
–Difficulty with handwriting, also called dysgraphia
–Difficulty expressing self
–Inattentiveness and distractibility

Dyslexia is not an intelligence issue. Most kids (and adults) with dyslexia have average to above-average intelligence. Dyslexia is a difference in brain wiring that affects how letters and sounds are processed in the brain. So while a person may have perfect hearing and vision, they still struggle with the written word.

Could your struggling reader be dyslexic?

Some signs of dyslexia in the younger years are:
–Trouble with concepts of time
–Unable to follow 2 or 3-step directions
–Learning to talk later than other children their age
–Difficulty learning the names of shapes and colors
–Difficulty learning letter names and sounds
–Reversal of syllables and phonemes (letter sounds) within a word
–Unable to recognize or produce rhymes
–Early stuttering
–Cannot sequence rote memory concepts such as days of the week, months of the year, alphabet, and numbers
–Trouble recognizing letters in words or even their names
–Delays with fine motor skills like tying shoes, coloring, and writing

Dyslexia in preschoolers is harder to diagnose than in the older years because many of its symptoms are developmentally common for all preschoolers.

The more symptoms that are present, and the longer they persist, the more likely it is that your child may need some help. Dyslexia is marked by a combination of signs and a lack of progress over time.

Signs of Dyslexia In Elementary School
–Does not enjoy reading but likes being read to
–Slow, inaccurate reading
–Uses context clues rather than sounding words out
–Skips or misreads little words (at, to, of)
–Poor spelling – very phonetic
–Trouble telling time on a clock with hands
–Difficulty expressing self
–Inattentiveness, distractibility
–Slow and messy handwriting – also called dysgraphia
–Letter and number reversals after first grade
–Trouble memorizing math facts
–Hesitant speech; difficulty finding the right words to express self
–Extremely messy bedroom, backpack or desk
–Dreads going to school

As a general rule of thumb, if your child has 3 or more of these signs and there is a close relative with dyslexia (yes, dyslexia is genetic) your child may have dyslexia.

Enter to Win a Free Bundle of Dyslexia Classes

Hi. My name is Marianne Sunderland. I am the founder of the popular website, Homeschooling With Dyslexia (www.homeschoolingwithdyslexia.com).

I’ve been homeschooling my 8 kids (7 with dyslexia) for over 20 years. I struggled for years to figure out why my kids, who were clearly very bright, struggled so much to read, write, and spell. There were a lot of tears and mistakes made along the way. Several years ago I became a certified Orton-Gillingham dyslexia tutor and launched my website to help other parents who are just beginning their dyslexia journey.

Dyslexia is a learning difference that requires a teaching difference.

I’ve created a series of parent classes to teach parents how to teach their outside-the-box learners.

These first five courses contain the information you need to start making a measurable difference in your homeschool. Dyslexia is surrounded by myths and misinformation and getting educated is the first step on the path of educating your kids in a way that is both enjoyable and effective. Put these proven methods into practice and watch the difference!

The 5-Course Foundation Bundle includes:
–Course 1: Understanding Dyslexia
–Course 2: Teaching Them So They Learn
–Course 3: Reading Instruction That Works
–Course 4: Building Fluency & Comprehension
–Course 5: Teaching Spelling

Each online course is approximately 1-hour long and includes a PDF outline for note taking and a downloadable audio file so you (or other family members) can listen on your phone or computer. As a special bonus, I am including a free download of my quick start guide to dyslexia, Dyslexia 101: Truths, Myths, and What Really Works and access to a private Facebook group just for class participants.

To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. All entries will be verified. The giveaway will close on 8/13 at 11:59pm EST. The winner will be notified the following day via email. Good luck!

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This Post Has 81 Comments

  1. This would be great to win for my oldest two children.

  2. I have a son who is dyslexic. I have been looking at her classes, and would love to take them.

  3. This would be so helpful for my dyslexic kiddos.

  4. Oo, thanks for this info! My 15-year-old is dyslexic and we haven’t been able to get her help yet. Would love the bundle!

  5. I want to win this giveaway for my daughter. I help you some homeschool her three and two of her children are have dyslexia. Thanks!

  6. I would like to win this giveaway so that I may better equip myself and my husband in homeschooling our 9 year old, who was recently diagnosed with dyslexia.

  7. This would be great for my dyslexic boys!

  8. This would be wonderful for my daughter. Thank you!

  9. This would just be a blessing to be able to win! I’m trying to figure out how to even wrap my head around my son being dyslexic right now so this would help.

  10. Would love to win for my 10 year old daughter.

  11. This could be awesome for my daughter who struggle to read and write.

  12. My 12 yo daughter has dyslexia. She’s really doing well, but we could still using help in a few areas. I just want her to enjoy learning and reading!

  13. This would be such a blessing to win. My 11 year old son was diagnosed in January. It’s a relief to have some answers but frustrating at the same time. I have home schooled since 1st grade and still struggle with how to teach him. He’s been attending classes since March and I’ve seen small amounts of improvement but I feel like if i could help him more at home it would do wonders! Thanks for all the great info you provide!!

  14. I really want to win this. I have two that have dyslexia. It manifests in two different ways, but both of them struggle. To add to the struggle, I have an older son who is book smart to the extreme. The younger two boys compare themselves to him on a regular basis. I have wanted to buy this for them for the last year, but haven’t had the money to do so. This would be an amazing blessing.

  15. I’ve got a dyslexic 8 year old. He has worked hard to be a good reader, but definitely struggling with spelling & legible handwriting.

  16. I have a dyslexic son, and I want to learn ways to help him.

  17. Although I have many years of teaching experience in secondary and college level classrooms, I don’t have much experience teaching elementary level kids who I’ve dyslexia. Recently, my youngest son was diagnosed with dyslexia at 7. He just turned 8 and still cannot read despite a lot of time spent on learning. Homeschool works best for him as we have tried both private and public schools. I am desperate to find a way to help him without stress and tears.

  18. Out of all your giveaways, this is the one I want to win the most. Our oldest is severely dyslexic and I pulled him out of public school because they really weren’t helping him. We still have so many struggles and I’ve looked at this curriculum a few times, wondering if it would help.

  19. I would love to win this. I have a 7 year old who I highly suspect is 2E/dyslexic. No one at her school last year believed me because she is reading on grade level, or a little above. But she needs a lot of help with spelling and writing. She is a highly Visual Spatial Learner. We are homeschooling this year.

  20. I suspect dyslexia with my youngest, (my husband has it also) but because he is so young, they will not take me seriously and blame it on his age.

  21. I really could use this for my daughters that have dyslexia.

  22. I would love to win this in order to develop new techniques to teach my son.

  23. This is one I’d *really* love to win. I have two homeschooling sons, one with severe dyslexia and one with mild (plus ADHD). This give-away introduced me to the Homeschooling with Dyslexia site and I will start with a class there soon to see if I feel it is helpful for us. Thanks!

  24. I would love to learn and understand more. My oldest struggles with a lot of these issues, and some have suggested it may be due to dyslexia.

  25. I need support for my son just diagnosed.

  26. This would be awesome to
    Have with my dyslexic daughter

  27. This would be awesome for my son.

  28. I’ve been wondering if my son could be dyslexic so this would be great to check out if I won

  29. My daughter is smart and capable, gifted and engaging, my daughter also has dyslexia. This is our first year of homeschooling her and I cannot wait to help her unlock a new world.

  30. I think my son may have dyslexia. It would be such a blessing to win this. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  31. I have delt with this issue in my own life- and now I see my eldest functioning in the same manner. I’m willing to try anything that is to help make learning more fun for her <3

  32. My three kids with dyslexia are a challenge . . . I love Marianne’s free resources and would loooove to win !

  33. We lost an entire year with my son due to his struggles with dyslexia and dysgraphia which just too much for him after also breaking his pelvis and being off from competitive sports for the year which made his ADHD which often accompanies dyslexia more difficult. Everything was just too much for him to handle. It would be great to have this package to start off the year on a positive note.

  34. I’d like to win this because I have three (so far) with dyslexia.

  35. I think this may be my son’s struggle with reading. I would love to try this method and help him on his journey into reading.

  36. These techniques could help our struggling reader.

  37. The thought that someone else has endured the trials, errors, tears and fears of this journey of homeschooling a kiddo with dyslexia and is sharing their wisdom has me crying happy tears! Oh how I NEED this….and my boy deserves me to know how best to teach him and his brilliant mind! ??❤️
    THANK YOU!

  38. My oldest and my youngest are both dyslexic. I have been struggling more with my youngest lately. This resource would be so helpful ❤️

  39. As a mother of a dyslexic this would be a wonderful resource. Especially the course on Spelling, which is our biggest struggle.

  40. I am just realizing my youngest son likely has dyslexia and have been looking for resources appropriate for homeschooling!!

  41. This would be helpful for my son.

  42. I believe my oldest has dyslexia and would love to see if this program can get us some answers about what would be the best next step to take!

  43. Would be grateful to win this giveaway. My daughter was diagnosed with severe dyslexia this past January. As a homeschool parent, I thought I was failing her for the past 3 years. We all feel some relief and are moving forward in getting all the help my daughter needs.

  44. We learned a few years ago that our daughter was dyslexic, having her tested in our hometown. I am always looking for new ways, researching, anything to help her succeed. She is so smart but she doubts herself quite a bit. It’s been a hard road but we keep pushing through because we want her to feel she can tackle anything that comes her way.

  45. Both of my children are dyslexic. These courses would be a God-send for us

  46. This looks amazing! At times I feel quite inadaquete hs’ing my dyslexic. This resource would probably greatly enhance my ability to teach him and improve my effectiveness with him.

    Blessings

  47. My daughter is dyslexic.

  48. This will help both my boys to learn better.

  49. What a blessing this could be…We highly suspect our youngest son has dyslexia as he has many of these symptoms. I am struggling as I see his frustration.

  50. Winning this giveaway would be such a help! My daughter struggles with slight dyslexia and finally last year I found Sequential Spelling to help her with that part of her curriculum, but it’s so foreign to me not ever having had to deal with learning issues I also struggle to understand how to teach her so that she can learn best.

  51. Both my husband and I are dyslexic. We have different levels and were raised different. Once my parents found out that I had it. They met with my teacher and they all came up with a plan and I am now an avid reader and I love to write. However, my husband didn’t have that and he does not like to read at all. My daughter sees that and always asks why he doesn’t read. I want to be able to teach her to love books and reading and maybe help my hubby in the process.

  52. I would love to win this to help my 5 year old, who is showing all the signs of dyslexia his siblings have.

  53. I believe my child has dyslexia, plan to have him tested soon, and would like to know how to teach him better.

  54. I have a 10 yr old who just got diagnosed, and I can use all the help I can

    THNKS for the gvieaway

  55. What a blessing that you have turned your experience into an opportunity to help others! After raising 3 children we adopted 6 more in our senior years. Our 10 yr old twins from Ethiopia both have dyslexia and learning difficulties! While we are blessed beyond measure, we are in financial stress on a daily basis and it would be such a blessing to get this help! I know the Lord will provide for each of us who seek His wisdom & provision to train up the next generation for Him with all their uniqueness of learning styles! Thank you for all you do to help others and giving this opportunity!

  56. My 10 year old son struggles with dyslexia. My youngest daughter is going to be a young K-5 and is really struggling with some of the same things he did.

  57. It’s fate that I seen this blog post. My DD was diagnosed today with Dyslexia. I homeschool and she has always struggled with reading and spelling. Thank you for having this giveaway.

  58. I would love to win this for my dyslexic 9 year old, we have struggled to learn together.

  59. My son struggles with SO Many of these symptoms! It would be great to figure out how to help him! Thanks!

  60. I would love to win this contest because I have two children with dyslexia. I already own the first and I am probably going to purchase the rest as I can. It would be awesome to have access to that information right away. Thank you so much for the opportunity!

  61. This would be so helpful as I teach my son who struggles so much with reading.

  62. Dyslexia runs in my family, and this sounds like a wonderful resource!

  63. This would be fabulous to win as my son has dyslexia.

  64. Would love to win this as we are nearly sure my daughter has dyslexia. Dealing with vision therapy for her CI first, and then will go for full diagnosis. Would be wonderful to start this program with her.

  65. We are going into our 3rd year homeschooling and I figured out my oldest daughter who is 11 is Dyslexic. We found out last October, I put the peices together. This would be great to use with her!

  66. I’d LOVE to win this because I have three that have a potential LD…most likely dyslexia!!

  67. Would LOVE to win this because I have 2 out of my 8 kids that have dyslexia.

  68. I have children who are going to be tested for dyslexia soon. This would be a great resource to have!

  69. This would be an amazing blessing to win!

  70. We are just starting to delve into the world of Dyslexia with our oldest who is 6. We don’t have a definite diagnosis as of yet, but I am trying to understand how to approach our 1st grade year to serve her best. I would love to learn more through these resources! 🙂 Thanks!

  71. My son was recently diagnosed with dyslexia. I have a lot to learn and appreciate all the resources.

  72. I want to win this giveaway to help my Dyslexic kiddo .

  73. This would help my 11 yr old daughter with dyslexia tremendously.

  74. I would love to win this bundle to assist with children in our outpatient practice area (I’m an OT). I have heard wonderful things about your worksheets!!

  75. Oh, that seems to be so informative and useful! Would like to have a chance to use with my kids.

  76. My 11 year old has dyslexia and ADD. This looks great!

  77. I have a child who struggles in this area. She does a fantastic job of reading, and because we caught it early, I have been able to adopt a peaceful pace in her schooling. I do find she has… dips? Like rough patches when we have to go way back and review techniques and such I thought we had down pat long ago. This would help to sure up those areas.

  78. This would helps us greatly.

  79. Would love to get this for my oldest son.

  80. Pretty sure my 15 yr old son is dyslexic after reading the list of signs. Would really like to learn more to know if he really does and how I can help him.

  81. i love the fact that if you dont have facebook, Instagram and Twitter you cant enter. i have better things to do than stair at social media all day. like teach my kids for one.

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