Reading and writing disorder (Dyslexia)

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that makes it difficult to acquire reading and writing persistently and meaningfully. It is presented without physical, psychological or socio-cultural alterations that justify it.

Playgrounds for children with dyslexia should encourage literacy learning, work on psycholinguistic development, allow learning the letters from different senses, and provide ways to associate images with words.

The following games will help children with dyslexia to work on both reading and writing and will also allow them to develop memory, auditory and sensory discrimination, right-left differentiation, and space-time orientation. Remember that choosing the right games will depend on each child's specific learning needs and characteristics.

Dislexia | Akros Educacional

Count and complete from 1 to 10

A game for learning to count from 1 to 10 in a hands-on way. Complete the 10 puzzles, count the elements in the pictures and complete the boards with the round counters up to the indicated number. And see how to break down numbers in a visual, intuitive way. Learn to count with real pictures!
The Senses

The vowel challenge

Discover the vowels using the senses in a hands-on, creative way. Learn them using tactile paths, pieces that fit together, puzzles and large outline pieces to tie together with ergonomic laces. Spin the wheels and learn the vowels in upper case and lower case, with fun challenges!
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The number challenge from 1 to 10

Discover the numbers from 1 to 10 using the senses in a hands-on, creative way. You will find tactile paths, pieces that fit together, puzzles and outline pieces to tie together with ergonomic laces. You will also learn to count from 1 to 10 with fun real photos. Spin the wheels, learn and have fun!
Play, understand and memorise MULTIPLICATION TABLES. At your own pace, and starting from what you already know. A unique, creative, fun and proven process to gain a comprehensive understanding. With this game, you will be able to learn and memorise the multiplication tables, check them and revise them, test your knowledge, interpret and solve problems....

The pre-reading roulette

Spin the roulette and search for images that start with a specific letter or phoneme, that contain that letter or phoneme, or that have a specific number of syllables! A game containing photographs to help you to mentally segment words into syllables and identify phonemes and letters in a progressive way. Phonological awareness is essential for creating a...
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Tactile letter cards with punctuation signs

Tactile pre-writing cards for working with letters and punctuation signs using touch to identify tactile surfaces. Includes capital and lower-case letters, differentiating in each case the vowels from the consonants. Inspired by the Montessori methodology. (Includes letters: - ç - l·l - ñ)
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Tactile number cards for pre-writing

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Tactile pre-writing cards for working with numbers and different routes to pre-writing using touch to identify tactile surfaces. Inspired by the Montessori methodology.
Fine motor skills

Multi-sensory pre-writing tray - xl

Large multisensory tray for developing pre-writing skills and hand-eye coordination by creating figures through touch.  Allows children to create and experiment as a group. Inspired by the Montessori methodology.
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Logo-bits cards for oral motor speech therapy

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These orofacial practice cards help people to adopt the correct positioning of the lips, tongue, jaw and palate, maximizing the coordination and strength of the orofacial muscles. Orofacial praxis cards are part of Myofunctional Therapy (TMF) which is especially recommended for re-educating the habits of sucking, breathing, chewing, swallowing,...
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Lecto-bits cards for starting to read with vowels

These pre-reading cards are based on a very simple concept vowels and an entertaining working system: Lecto-Bits. They help to develop the habit of reading without the need to know all the letters in the alphabet, just the vowels. The set contains five blocks with different levels of difficulty.  This cards help to accelerate the normal process of...
These cards feature all the phonetic syllables in the alphabet to help improve recognition of letters, speed up the reading process and help to identify whether there is any anomaly in a particular phonetic group so this can subsequently be worked on with the relevant Logo-Bit cards. These cards help to speed up the normal reading learning process of any...
Phono-articulatory training cards which include all the consonant clusters for the repetitive practice of the different consonant phonemes according to their place of articulation. They help to identify problems with pronouncing particular phonemes and to work on correcting them based on the place of articulation. They improve the auditory differentiation...
LECTO-BITS D’INITIATION A LA LECTURE PAR LES VOYELLES. Cartes d’initiation à une lecture facile par les voyelles grâce à un système d’entraînement ludique :  les «Lecto-bits ». Permet de développer l’habileté à la lecture sans la nécessité de connaître toutes les lettres de l’alphabet (seulement les voyelles). Contient six niveaux de difficulté. Les...
LOGO-BITS DE CAPACITÉ ARTICULATOIRE POUR CORRIGER LA PRONONCIATION SELON LE POINT D’ARTICULATION. Cartes d’entraînement phonologique et articulatoire pour pratiquer grâce à la répétition de toutes les  différentes associations de consonnes au sein de groupes bisyllabiques, et ainsi faciliter l’obtention des points d’articulation corrects et le contrôle...
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Logo-bits de discrimination (ch/s) et (j/z)

LOGO-BITS DE DISCRIMINATION (CH/S) ET (J/Z). Cartes d’entraînement articulatoire pour rééduquer la prononciation correcte des phonèmes Ch / S et J / Z, et améliorer la discrimination auditive entre eux (CH / S) (J / Z). Elles sont utiles pour corriger les troubles d’articulation comme le retard de parole. Ce matériel est composé de fiches de bisyllabes...
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My left and my right

This game introduces children to the notion of left and right by means of cards showing a person seen from the front and from behind. The cards show different objects, which can be located on both sides of the character.
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A briefcase containing 216 letter cards with capitals on one side and lower case on the other. It also includes letters from the alphabets of other languages.
Games of attention and concentration

Search for letters (french)

32 pictures and 88 letters to form the word represented by each picture. It also lets you create lots of other words.
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Lotto: 72 food items

A lotto game of 72 food items to practice association in two different ways: picture plus picture, and picture plus word (name of the food item).
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Lotto: 72 animals

A lotto game of 72 animals to practice association in two different ways: picture plus picture, and picture plus word (name of the animal).
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Macro puzzle abecedario

Make and complete the alphabet with this macro puzzle. Match the objects with their corresponding initial. A puzzle size poster is included.
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Search for letters (spanish)

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32 pictures and 88 letters to form the word represented by each picture. It also lets you create lots of other words.
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Photo-making words

32 photos and 88 letters to form the word represented by each photo. It also lets you create lots of other words. It can be used to form words in 11 different languages.
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Rewritable dice

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Set of three rewritable dice with an erasable felt-tip pen for working on all kinds of concepts.
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Set of assorted dice

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Contains 10 dice which can be customized with more than 100 stickers for practising basic concepts such as animals, the five senses, the emotions, numbers from 1 to 10, geometric figures, vehicles, addition and subtraction, etc.
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Autodictado sustantivos

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Association game to match 108 nouns with their corresponding image. It is available in a wide variety of languages.
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Self-learning: verbs

A game of association for matching 108 verbs with their corresponding images. Available in a wide variety of languages.
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Roll-up erasable metallic board

Roll-up erasable metallic board. Practical and light. It allows writing and/or playing with magnetic cards. It includes magnets in order to fix the board on the wall.

The best exercises to work on dyslexia

The games and activities are designed so that the child can associate letters with their sounds in a playful environment that encourages motivation. Variations in the games will keep children from getting bored and keeping their attention.

It is essential to stimulate children's phonological awareness. Its exercise is based on the children learning to distinguish the different phonemes and their associated spellings in the form of letters and syllables. Parents can contribute to strengthening therapy at home by playing with their children in the family. The most effective games are those that improve vocabulary, memory and attention.

The child must develop a love of reading. Parents can encourage that enthusiasm through stories and books that are appropriate for their child's maturity level. In its range of educational games, Akros offers stories with audio CDs for interactive reading. This activity, carried out as a family or as a family, strengthens emotional ties and improves the child's abilities.

Treatment for childhood dyslexia

A dyslexic child's intelligence is normal, and even bright, if he or she receives the appropriate stimuli. The child understands the coding of the written language in a different way and has difficulty processing the arbitrary rules that link letters and their corresponding sounds. Their repetitive memory often fails and they may need successive explanations of how to write certain words. The treatment of dyslexia focuses on the discrimination of spelling and letter sounds.

Any dyslexic child can perform successfully in the classroom through early detection and individualized treatment. Dyslexic children often suffer from low self-esteem because they feel they are different from other children. Regardless of the strategy outlined for therapy, parental support and understanding is the cornerstone for the child to gain self-esteem and confidence in the treatment and its potential for improvement.

The emotional restraint of a dyslexic child by his parents means that he feels supported, never pampered or pampered. The child's strongest points should be enhanced by some hobby to vent his frustration. The channeling of anxiety leads to an improvement in the child's self-image.

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