Yes. The program is ideal for children with dyslexia.
Children with dyslexia have significant and unexpected difficulties in learning to read and spell. These difficulties are typically related to a difficulty in forming links between the sounds in language and the way these sounds are represented with writing - in other words, difficulty in using the sound structure in language to crack the code in written language.
The program is ideal for children with dyslexia, since it is based on a multisensory, synthetic phonics approach to teaching reading designed to strengthen many of the skills found through research to be important in 'cracking the code' of written language, including:
- phonological awareness
- phonemic awareness
- letter-sound knowledge
- sight-word recognition
For more information about dyslexia, please see:
The British Dyslexia Association Website