Marianne Sunderland is Nessy’s new homeschooling expert and author of the blog Homeschooling with Dyslexia. This week she gives her top 5 tips to help busy homeschooling parents get ahead.
Today’s blog is by Arran Smith, Dyslexia Advisor for Nessy, who tells a heart-warming story of his journey with dyslexia, from his struggles in school to his charity work with the Leicester Dyslexia Association and working for the British Dyslexia Association.
Teacher turned homeschool tutor, Susan, blogs at The Sparrow’s Home about homeschooling, family, healing and life. Recently she tried Nessy’s Parent Pack with 5 of her students and wrote about her experiences using a program specifically designed for struggling learners.
Target Mode is a new feature that is enabled by default when a new account is created. It will not let children move through Nessy Reading & Spelling until they have taken both Nessy Challenges and have 5 reading and 5 spelling targets set.
Our Nessy YouTube Channel has helpful videos with tips and tricks, to make learning that little bit easier. We’ve compiled 5 reading strategies you can try this summer to keep kids learning over the holidays. Try showing them these fun and educational videos and see what sticks!
Ginny Kochis of Not So Formulaic shares reading and writing tips, contemplation on motherhood and homeschooling commiserations in her blog. She recently tried Nessy Reading & Spelling for the first time and shared her – and her daughter B’s – experiences.
In celebration of Richard Branson’s 67th birthday we take a quick look at how he got to where he is today, the impact of his dyslexia and his new charity aimed at supporting and providing early identification for those with dyslexia.
Nessy’s admin & reports section is jam-packed with loads of useful information to help you track your student’s progress, see what they’re working on, download resources and more.
In a new post on her blog, Mum Alicia Hutchinson, has recently shared her experience with Nessy Reading & Spelling and why it is useful for children and their parents. Alicia explains that when spring comes, she believes that it becomes harder for our children to concentrate, so she found this program very useful …
If W. B Yeats was alive he would be 152 today, sadly he isn’t, but his poems live on and he is widely regarded as one of the best poets and foremost figures of 20th century literature. A lesser known fact however is that it is also widely believed he had dyslexia. In …