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5th Grade Dyslexic/ADHD Curriculum Bundle

5th Grade Dyslexic/ADHD Curriculum Bundle

SKU: TTTBundle5D

PLEASE NOTE -Due to printing issues of Pixel Art and Math for Minecrafters:
Pixel Art is replaced by Minecraft Reading Time and Writing Time.

Designed for fifth graders who have signs of, or have been diagnosed with, dyslexia or ADHD.  These journals help students learn using a fun approach. We’ve included our Dyslexia Games curriculum program as a therapeutic intervention for dyslexic and struggling learners.  All of our materials use a dyslexia-friendly font and are designed with dyslexic students in mind, though any child can use them.


Lessons are easy to plan and prepare.  Each day students will complete different learning activities within these journals.  They can work independently, in a small group, or as a full class. Our journals are easy to adapt to the individual needs of each student as well.  An entire school year of creative and interactive learning ready to go for your classroom.


Students with ADHD, ASD, and Processing Disorders may also use this bundle. 




  • Dyslexia Games-Series B: This series consists of eight workbooks designed to help students overcome reading confusion, messy handwriting, poor spelling, concentration problems, and letter reversals that are common to children with dyslexia, ADHD, and ASD. Perfect for children ages 8-12 who are consistently reading three-letter words and who:

    • Display symptoms of dyslexia, ADHD, and ASD. 

    • Struggle with grade-level reading, writing, and spelling skills.

    •  Fail to advance or often complain, "I don't get it." 

    • Have a weak concept of direction. 

    • Have messy handwriting.  

    • Are embarrassed when asked to read aloud.  

    • Reverse or confuse letters, words, or numbers. 

    • Have concentration problems. 

    • Are creative students who quickly lose interest in schoolwork.  

    • Can’t remember rules of phonics, but can read three-letter words.

  • Pixel Art: Discover the history of pixels and how artists from all over the world have been using pixels to create jewelry, mosaics, clothing designs, LEGO structures, and much more since the year 3000 BC to now. This book has 15 pixel-art activities including math games and mysteries!

  • Film Study: Guided note-taking encourages students to enjoy their videos and other films while looking beyond them to understand content and cast, offer critiques, and enjoy creative opportunities on every page.

  • The Top 30 Grammar Mistakes: Includes fun and interesting ways to learn and remember the 30 grammar rules that are most often misused. Once students learn them, they can create their own clever ways to remember grammar rules, such as making illustrations and writing silly sentences or stories.

  • Fun-Schooling Math for Minecrafters: Help students enjoy aspects of math including: addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions, story problems, and mazes. This math book will change a child's attitude about math. It not only includes number games, but also has other activities that help children process math lessons so they will be able to remember them later.

  • Fun-Schooling With Minecraft: Minecraft pictures, projects, and creations galore grace this journal.  Students will document learning in multiple, core elementary subjects with a fun Minecraft theme.  Includes coloring pages, writing prompts, and other activities.   Minecraft is strongly recommended to complete some activities.

  • 7 Subject Science Portfolio: Your students will learn about botany, technology, chemistry, meteorology, zoology, geology, and physics with this creative research guide. They’ll use library books, videos, and online research to complete assignments. Students will also get to try out some of their findings in Minecraft.

  • Suggested Lesson Plan

    Below is a suggested schedule for your classroom or homeschool. The page amounts listed under each title are the suggested number of pages to complete.  We know each day will vary and some days you might get through more and others less. It’s meant to give flexibility while still completing the journal in an entire semester or school year.  This is based on a typical 180-day/ 36-week long school year.  Adjust as needed if your school, or family, follows a different schedule.   We’ve also included a few tips and notes when needed. Students completing Dyslexia Games should work on 2-3 pages per day as the first thing they do in the morning. 


    Core journals- Students can complete their core journals daily either in the morning to open the day or have a “core journal” time in the afternoon.  These can be completed in small groups or alone.

    • Fun-schooling With Minecraft
      • 3-5 pages per day

    Language Arts- complete daily

    • The Top 30 Grammar Mistakes
      • 4-6 pages per week


    • Pixel Art
      • 3-5 pages per week
      • A good option to complete as a class.  Includes in-depth projects which require additional arts and craft materials.
    • Fun-Schooling Math for Minecrafters
      • 1-3 pages per day


    • 7 Subject Science Portfolio
      • 7-9 pages per week


    • Film Study
      • Self-paced

    Dyslexia Therapy-

    • Dyslexia Games- Series B
      • 2-4 pages per day starting with book 1, first thing in the morning is best
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