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Dyslexia Awareness Classroom Activities

October is dyslexia awareness month. For some students, writing, reading, and spelling can be more complicated than it is for the ones who do not have dyslexia. People with dyslexia have a different way of processing information than the norm, and the consequences of this learning difficulty can affect children in many ways.

Although well-intentioned, public schools struggle to help kids with dyslexia, and some educators don't understand the depth of it. Dyslexia awareness is required to further the understanding of it. To help, the Teachers in our Global Content Department created engaging lesson activities to support your teaching during dyslexia awareness month. Use them to teach your students more about what dyslexia is, and help those affected by it feel supported.

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These dyslexia-related lesson activities are easy-to-use and can be edited by teachers to fit any lesson plan, curriculum, or grade needs.

How do I get the lesson activities?

Access the NUITEQ Snowflake lesson activities for FREE on snow.live. Click the images above, sign in, and start using them.

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How can I use the lesson activities?

When you have a NUITEQ account, you and your students can use them on any device, such as a touchscreen, laptop, Chromebook, or tablet with an internet connection. Just press play to begin.

If your classroom uses technology such as interactive screens, download the lesson activities from snow.live to your computer and use them in Snowflake on your classroom's large touchscreen display. Open the Lessons app and import the lesson activity you want to use.

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