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Dyslexia Games


We know you and your child have shed many tears trying to get them to read!  Dyslexia Games can help.


Dyslexia Games is a series of logic and puzzle game workbooks which trick the "artistic" right side of the brain into picking up the task of reading.   It was developed in 2009 by Sarah Janisse Brown, a dyslexic herself, while she was trying to teach her then nine year old girl how to read.

Dyslexia Games is so popular because it is:

The lowest cost dyslexia therapy that works

There are other effective solutions out there, but we know of nothing else so affordable.  Many therapies are many hundreds or thousands of dollars. Dyslexia Games is inexpensive to give access for more families to get help.​

Easy for parents

Dyslexia Games is almost completely student directed and self-explanatory.  Just have the student do 3-5 pages per day.  That's it.  Many other therapies are super parent-intensive or require regular tutoring.

Fun for Kids

With many other programs, it's a chore to get the child to continue in the therapy because it feels like "therapy".  Dyslexia Games is different because it feels like art and puzzle games, tapping into their creativity.  The puzzles gradually transform into letters, words and sentences.

Fast Acting

A full set of Dyslexia Games only takes 2-3 months to complete.  Upon completion, begin to resume normal schoolwork.  You should notice a marked improvement with a reduction in symptoms.​ 

No Risk

We guarantee your and your child's happiness  your child's progress or we will give your money back within 60 days.  (Over 10 years and many 10s of thousands of customers, we have been asked probably only 50 times for a refund.  That's amazing!)

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Children doing Dyslexia Games
Children doing Dyslexia Games

Children of different ages are completing Dyslexia Games

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There are three different Series:

Series A for ages 5-8

For children struggling to read three letter words consistently.

Series B for ages 8-12

 For struggling readers with poor spelling skills

Series C for teens and adults

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