Making A Room Dyslexic Friendly
There are a lot of examples of an inclusive classroom. Having dyslexia included in the classroom is very important because there are many people with dyslexia. There is fifteen to twenty percent of kids that have dyslexia and there are things people use to make life better for those that have dyslexia. It is important to keep things simple for kids that have dyslexia and it can be hard to see the writing for the dyslexic kids.
They think that 15 to 20 percent of people have some form of dyslexia.

Key Takeaways:

There are many ways to have a classroom that offers more for dyslexic kids.
Using visuals can help with learning how to have a good memory.
Using large text can help kids process the words easier.

Dyslexia Friendly Classoom

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