My daughter has dyslexia, so reading is a challenge for her. I asked Lynn to work on her for dyslexia at the beginning of the school year in hopes that it would make reading (and teaching reading) a bit easier. Since then I have noticed several major shifts in her reading.
- She used to only want to read books that had nice big letters, and only a few words on each page. Now she doesn’t shy away from the smaller letters and will read books that have several paragraphs on each page.
- She will read a story out loud without asking me to read every other page now.
- She has taken the initiative to read the Bible on her own. She has read several chapters from Genesis – and the Bible that she is reading from has such teensy letters that I have to squint to read those words.
Thanks for your help, Lynn!