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Dyslexia Games


I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, Dyslexia Games. This therapy program is so unique that it's not only for Dyslexic children. Any child (or adult) can benefit with using Dyslexia Games.

Sarah Janisse Brown, the creator of this one of a kind therapy program, encourages to stop all other forms of Language Arts and use Dyslexia Games only. Dyslexia Games will become your child's temporary Language Arts program.

Visit DyslexiaGames.com

How can it become a temporary Language Arts program?  Dyslexia Games helps your child with concentration, fine motor skills, reading, writing, spelling. The program starts with your child doing logic puzzles. As the child moves through the program the activity pages 'transform' to reading and writing.

The reason Sarah encourages that we have our child stop their formal Language Arts or Phonics/Reading program when using this to help Dyslexic children is so their brains can be in a more "relaxed" mode. The child is not stressed and thus can concentrate and "work" at the logic puzzles to get the left and right sides of the brain working together.

Because this giveaway is for a set of physical books it's opened to U.S. Residents only.


Dyslexia Games Series A


Dyslexia Games Series B


Dyslexia Games Series C

When using Dyslexia Games it is instructed for some of the logic puzzles that your child use a smooth black pen. This is so your child will see a "continuous" line from the art in the book to your child's. Many times (especially the younger ones) your child will get really excited that you (mom/parent) won't be able to notice where their drawing begins from the one in the book.

If your child would like to use another color that is fine too.

To see some peek inside videos you can visit my YouTube Channel.

Dyslexia Games Series

Please visit my Thinking Tree Page to see many of the beautiful journals Sarah Janisse Brown has created for children with Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome, ADHD, struggling readers, brilliant thinkers, and/or creative learners!

If you'd like to build your homeschooling around Dyslexia Games add a Core Journal (those are the journals that have over 300 pages). That is all! Have your child complete a few pages a day in the Core/Main Journal and do Dyslexia Games.

You can slowly add other subjects in like Spelling, Math, Writing, Geography, and History. Sarah created all her journals to be 'low' stress, so even if a child is using Dyslexia Games, he can use a few of the other journals as well.



See my Thinking Tree page for links to video and written reviews.


20 comments

  1. I was introduced to Thinking Tree and Dyslexia Games at a homeschooling convention in spring 2016. Within a couple of months, we had ordered several more items, and now it is a daily part of our homeschool for both of my school aged kids. The difference these curricula have made for us was huge.

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  2. I found Dyslexia Games and The Thinking Tree through random google searches. I looked at them many times, and ran across them in several places before finally buying my first book.

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  3. We're using level C for my oldest son & love what I've seen with it so far. My youngest is asking for his own set. I highly recommend all of the Thinking Tree books. We love watching your reviews.

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  4. My son is 9 years old and has made progress in the past year, but could still use some help and I would love to try this.

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  5. I don't know which came first, Dyslexia Games, or The Thinking Tree books, but I found one from the other through a web search. Great tools!

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  6. I heard about dyslexia games and thinking tree through a Google search and then through Facebook groups!

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  7. I learned about TT while searching for dyslexia help

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  8. These are absolutely amazing I would love to win series c for my girls.

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  9. I have wanted to try these for my daughter who is 9! Thank you for a chance to win!!

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  10. These would be a great asset for our schooling!

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  11. I learned about thinking tree and dyslexia games from talking with a friend about my daughter with dyslexia.
    She is so creative and motivated with anything relating to art. I feel/hope these books will bring back some of the love for learning academics we have lost because of struggles and frustrations. I'm so thankful for This co. And the bloggers who devote the time to share their stories and give so much great advice and encouragement in homeschooling.

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  12. You make the best reviews and TT is such a game changing amazing wonder!
    Winning a set of these (hopeful for B or C) would totally be what my oldest son needs. 😍😍 bless you and thinking tree in your giving.

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  13. Oh and I learned about Dyslexia games and journals via the FB sponsored adds...but it was a friend who had me looking closer and then a blogger give away and win that sold me on them and made me a fan.

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  14. I have 2 children with dyslexia and found these on a google search. I would love to win series B (unless C is more appropriate) for my 11 year old son who is still struggling with writing reversals, mixing capitals and lowercase, and skipping punctuation.

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  15. I have used thinking tree journals for some time. I heard about dyslexia games through the groups. They really helped my daughter learn to read.

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  16. I learned about Dyslexia Games and Thinking Tree from a good friend of mine her kids love journals!! We are super excited to start our first year of Funschooling with Thinking Tree books next Monday! ❤☺

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  17. Love Dyslexia games, I found them while doing research. We are hoping to win series C.

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  18. I think I forgot to mention where I heard about them from 😜🙄. We have one of the journals and someone in my homeschool group posted about the dyslexia games. Which got my looking in to them. ☺️

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  19. Thank you for the giveaway! Hopefully this is the place to make a blog post comment... I'm not exactly sure where I hear about dyslexia games first, but someone local to me gave away some curriculum she never used and there were a few DG books included. I thought they'd be perfect for my son who doesn't have dyslexia, but he does have autism and sensory issues along with lots of trouble crossing his midlines. Copy work is hard for him.

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  20. I learned about Dyslexia Games from your blog. :-)

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