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In these troubled times, Lexilife is here for you and your children. Our mission is to keep on supporting you everyday and making sure your dyslexic children want to "go to school", even from home!

Lexilife offers you tips and tricks to help you get through this. We hope this will help you set a new routine for you and your family.

To support you, we are lending you the Lexilight lamp until the end of the school year and for a minimum of 30 days.

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Ready for homeschooling?

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In these troubled times, Lexilife is here for you and your children. Our mission is to keep on supporting you everyday and making sure your dyslexic children want to "go to school", even from home!

Lexilife offers you tips and tricks to help you get through this. We hope this will help you set a new routine for you and your family.

To support you, we are lending you the Lexilight lamp until the end of the school year and for a minimum of 30 days.

I want to try it out!
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Keeping your child busy

when you're stuck at home

Activités manuelles

Hands-on activities

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Hands-on activities

To balance out with the academic time, go for hands-on activities: painting or colouring for instance. Check out this page !

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podcast

Podcasts

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Podcasts

Podcasts aren't just for adults. Many are meant for children, just like The Big Fib .

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meditation

Meditation

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Meditation

A quick meditation time, Quiet Game style, may be the best idea for nap time to get a well-deserved break! Discover this Meditation Youtube channel.

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Visite virtuelle

Virtual tour

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Virtual tour

Tour museums from the comfort of your couch with Google Arts & Culture!

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Langues vivantes

Personality tests

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Personality tests

What could be more exciting than getting to know each other better while learning? Among the various games available, these theme quizzes will allow your child to value themselves and embrace success!

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Tips

successful educational activities!

Communicate

First, schedule a family meeting, to explain to your child what changes will occur.

Set a routine

Set rules and rituals. Create an at-home learning space, away from distraction. Use reading materials that are adapted to dyslexics (sans serif font, contrasting colours...).

Get creative

Engage your child into hands-on activities, giving them crayons and construction paper, relying on visual material to associate words with pictures, they'll only be more creative!

Take breaks

Children with dyslexia find it difficult to stay focused over long periods of time, so take breaks often.

Take turns

For couples who are lucky enough to be both at home, it's always best to take turns teaching lessons.

Keep it in perspective

Remember that you will never be your child's teacher! So there's no need to put pressure on yourself, your child would feel your stress.

Lexilight lamp

During the whole COVID-19 lockdown, we are lending you a Lexilight lamp 2.0. Click on the button bellow:

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Should the Lexilight lamp end up not being suitable for your dyslexic child, simply return the lamp, free of charge. Once returned, you will receive a full refund. Should you have any questions, please call the Lexilife team at +33 96 932 2268 or send us an email at contact@lexilife.com.