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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

A dyslexic child can read & spell independently if he learns the speech sounds & how to connect them

A struggling dyslexic child can learn to read & spell independently if he learns the speech sounds correctly and how to connect them properly because the speech sounds are the foundations for learning to read and spell -- the basic building blocks of words!


“If a child memorizes ten words, the child can read only ten words, but if a child learns the sounds of ten letters, the child will be able to read 350 three-sound words, 4320 four sound words and 21,650 five-sound words.” - Dr. Martin Kozloff

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