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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Dyslexic children can learn to read! Learn the most effective reading & spelling skills Sign up now!

Updated: Sep 18, 2023

Dyslexic struggling children can learn to read but they need strategies to learn the sounds and how to connect the sounds.


If we keep on delaying in helping them, they will fall further behind their peers, will develop low self-esteem and their self-confidence and self-worth will also diminish- in the end, they do not want to go to school because they feel ashamed and powerless.


Struggling children tend to blame themselves why they cannot read and “75 % of children who were poor readers in the 3rd grade remained poor readers in the 9th grade and could not read well when they became adults.” – Joseph Torgeson Catch Them Before They Fall, 1998.


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