Description: Every child has something they love to do. Nurturing creativity in dyslexic learners plays an important part in their academic achievement. As a parent or educator, how can you discover and then amplify children’s innate abilities to help them realize their potential? In this webinar you will learn the following:
- How a child’s innate abilities are a doorway through which they can reach their academic potential
- How to recognize vertical and horizontal identity and understand how it can help parents embrace their child’s uniqueness and creativity
- How to identify a child’s unique gifts
- How to embrace and foster a child’s unique gifts to help them reach their potential
- And much more…
This information is presented by award-winning author and dyslexia advocate Don M. Winn, so don’t miss this exciting opportunity to find new ways to engage and nurture your child’s sense of creativity while helping them academically.
Initial webinar: Tuesday, April 26th at 7:00 pm CDT
Register today at Eventbrite. Registration requires a small donation of your choosing, starting at a $1.00 minimum donation.
For more information about dyslexia, see Don M. Winn’s Dyslexia Article Archives page.
For a thorough discussion of dyslexia, you may enjoy the second edition of my award-winning book Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know, available in softcover, hardcover, eBook, and audio. In addition to facts on testing and accommodation, my book gives you the tools to provide the social and emotional support children with dyslexia require. The second edition has the same great content as the first edition but now contains a very helpful bibliography and index and an exciting new cover.
Cardboard Box Adventures picture books are great for shared reading and can help parents establish a strong preliteracy foundation for their children. Check out the CBA Catalog for a full list of award-winning picture books, chapter books, and resources for parents and educators. Visit my Amazon author page for more information.