Recently the British Dyslexia Association in conjunction with Twinkl Resources launched an exciting set of teaching resources that aim to support the learning on young people.
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As part of the Seeing Dyslexia Differently Campaign, these added resources look set to give teachers and parents an opportunity to really take the learning of young dyslexic learners further.
What caught my eye?
Well, I have to be honest. The Seeing Dyslexia Differently campaign has been endorsed by the well known children's TV presenter Dominic Wood, who is well known for his work in the duo Dick and Dom who have for many years have caused mayhem and much mirth for kids and parents alike on TV. The big kid in me remembers their hilarious trouble making shouting 'Bogies' in quiet places such a libraries and filming the response of those around them. Yes it is true, I am just a big kid at heart, but we have a serious point here, Dominic Wood is dyslexic and his comments about how he was diagnosed at 15 and how he wouldn't be doing his current work without having been dyslexic (creativity strengths perhaps?) really is inspiring to young people.
Check out the campaign video below:
You can explore the resources by clicking the picture below:
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Well done to the British Dyslexia Association and Twinkl! resources!