As a learning disability that primarily affects written [and sometimes spoken] language, there has been a great deal of research into the development of toys and other products that are specially designed to help children with Dyslexia.
The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) has some excellent resources for parents that are looking to find products that can help with issues of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills. This includes products by companies like Dyslexikit who specialise in nothing other than Dyslexia toys and other learning aids.
As well as these specialist organisations however, there are plenty of other online and High Street retailers that sell products designed for Dyslexic children. This includes Lighthouse Toys that sell products like The Route Builder by GoGo Toys. This colourful toy helps with the development of hand-eye coordination, visual sequencing and visual discrimination, all skills which Dyslexic children often need a lot of practice in.
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