How to Help a Child With Dyslexia at Home With Lexie

May 25, 2022
by Vanja Andrić

Lexie's reading environment is designed to support homeschooling, independent reading practice, and classroom needs. We want to help you make the best of it and help a child with dyslexia at home as easily as possible.

Learning never stops. No matter what’s going on in our lives. New situations require new strategies. Even though e-learning and homeschooling isn’t new for all, some might find it difficult.

Here are 5 tips about how Lexie supports children and their parents, especially the ones with dyslexia at home and in their reading practice efforts: 

1. Use OCR print to digital conversion to digitize important parts of textbooks

  • Take photos of textbooks pages
  • Add them as documents and combine them to create a lesson or learning material
  • Print them or convert to a book and read with Text to Speech


With a small amount of work, hard to read textbooks are now bits of lessons and easy to learn :)

2. Add Word documents or TruePDFs for easier reading and note-taking

  • Lexie converts Word docs and PDFs into ebooks or documents to make them editable
  • Style the added content in the reading setup in a way it will be perfectly readable to you
  • If you need to save anything from these materials you can create a note or a new document. 
  • You can group notes from print and from digital for easier learning

3. Keep the grip on your reading, fluency, and comprehension practice with short stories

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4. Keep on with independent reading

  • A combination of tools available in Lexie makes it easier to read. Just find or add books interesting to you :)
  • Let your kids choose a book they like and add it to the app
  • 20 minutes per day should be more than enough to feel long term improvement in reading skills
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5. Schools can create their digital library in Lexie and make their reading materials available to students

Structure time, invest as much as you can to help a child with dyslexia at home

These 5 tips will leave more than enough time for the rest of the school activities and playtime. Whether you have or don't have dyslexia, homeschooling with Lexie doesn’t take much time but results will be evident in the future. Though there will be challenges and things you can implement every day to support your children

Use Text to Speech to speed up your school and work. Convert photos of a page in a book. It helps parents, teachers and speech therapists.

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