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    Has anyone used Reading Milestones? So it's used a lot for Deaf children, but we chose Fairview Learning for the Deaf. Well, the Resource Specialist has recommended it for my daughter (baby girl) newly diagnosed with dyslexia. So, I'm thinking of combining my 2 kids...

    Has anyone used RM and wants to share some tips? It seems so confusing right now, and of course trying to figure out the pacing..

    Thanks, guys.
    Eva
    Eva~ child of God, wife to James, and homeschooling, ASL using, IEP advocating, encouraging Mama to my Special Lovely Blessings :Beauty 10, Bubbles 8, and Baby 6 via the miracle of adoption.

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    We are attempting All About Reading and Spelling this year for my dyslexic son. It is supposed to be specifically geared to the dyslexic learners but "works" for everyone. We are only a couple weeks in so I can vouch for it yet. It would be interesting to hear what others think about the Milestones Curric.
    Blessed wife to Dan and Mama of 4 boys; Ezra (7/08), Jubal (9/10), Gideon (1/13), Boaz (6/16).

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    I have heard good things about All about reading as well..
    Eva~ child of God, wife to James, and homeschooling, ASL using, IEP advocating, encouraging Mama to my Special Lovely Blessings :Beauty 10, Bubbles 8, and Baby 6 via the miracle of adoption.

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    I have one with confirmed dyslexia, a second with a "reading disability" and a third that can't be dx (because she has Down syndrome). Hugs to all of you! Its a tough thing when your child wants to learn, is smart and just struggles to figure it out.

    I'm not familiar with the program that you are talking about. We have ended up with Barton as it is geared specifically towards students with dyslexia. We have found it to be a good program. I'm happy to answer questions anyone might have about it. Sadly, I'm not sure it will work for Eliana so I'm looking at some other options for her. I'll look into the one you mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leslie Nelsen View Post
    I have one with confirmed dyslexia, a second with a "reading disability" and a third that can't be dx (because she has Down syndrome). Hugs to all of you! Its a tough thing when your child wants to learn, is smart and just struggles to figure it out.

    I'm not familiar with the program that you are talking about. We have ended up with Barton as it is geared specifically towards students with dyslexia. We have found it to be a good program. I'm happy to answer questions anyone might have about it. Sadly, I'm not sure it will work for Eliana so I'm looking at some other options for her. I'll look into the one you mentioned.
    A lady at our church was just telling me about Barton.. It seems promising. Hugs!
    Eva~ child of God, wife to James, and homeschooling, ASL using, IEP advocating, encouraging Mama to my Special Lovely Blessings :Beauty 10, Bubbles 8, and Baby 6 via the miracle of adoption.

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