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7th Grade Dyslexic/ADHD Curriculum Bundle

7th Grade Dyslexic/ADHD Curriculum Bundle

SKU: TTTBundle7D

Designed for seventh 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. 




  • Reading Time: Students will reflect on what they are learning in their reading.  They will also draw pictures inspired by each book. With 180 pages, you’ll have enough to last one complete school year. 

  • Kenya Social Studies, Israel Social Studies, Germany Social Studies,  Italy Social Studies:

Learn about each country through the arts, fashion, architecture, music, tourism, sports, wildlife, traditions & food! Covers history, geography, culture, travel, population, landmarks, current events, and more. 

  • The Baker’s Fun-Schooling Journal: Document learning in a number of school subjects, while focusing on baking. Students will work through baking challenges, try new recipes, and get creative in the kitchen.  An excellent way to introduce basic home economics. 

  • Are You a Math Genius? The Inventors’ Book of Calculation Games: This is an inventive book that sparks a student's love for math! We use creative games, logic problems, art, and our unique approach to tap into your child’s creative side to finish this book. This is THE book to help your students learn how to use math in the real world. 

  • Timeline of World History: Students will record their history studies and important dates in this journal.  They will make their own timeline, illustrate events, and write what they have learned. 

  • Smoothie Time: Packed full of nutrition for the mind and body. Students will follow the recipes to make delicious, healthy smoothies and milkshakes. They’ll complete fun, educational activities and research projects, learn home economics, color, do word searches, and research what they can do with that leftover banana peel.

  • Dyslexia Games-Series C: A series of eight workbooks for teenagers and adults. Dyslexia Games-Series C is for struggling students, including teens and adults who need help with any of these challenges: 

    • ADHD, dyslexia, LD, OCD, Dyscalculia, or ASD.​ 

    • Messy handwriting. 

    • Weak concept of right and left. 

    • Distraction, focus, and concentration issues. 

    • Spelling problems. 

    • Problems memorizing math facts and spelling words. 

    • Trouble mastering the multiplication table. 

    • Uncomfortable with reading aloud. 

    • Letters, word, or number confusion. 

    • Concentration problems. 

    • Slow reading. 

    • Lack of interest in schoolwork. 

    • Have a high IQ but struggle with reading confusion.

  • 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 in a week.  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.

    • The Baker’s Fun-Schooling Journal
      • 2-4 pages per day
      • Note- this requires cooking and additional materials. If cooking is not an option in the classroom, students may complete those activities at home.

    Language Arts- complete daily

    • Reading Time
      • Self-paced
      • Students will use this journal to document their reading notes


    • Are You a Math Genius?
      • 1-3 pages per day
    • Smoothie Time
      • 2-4 pages per day
      • Note- this requires cooking and additional materials. If cooking is not an option in the classroom, students may complete those activities at home.

    History, Geography, Social Studies-

    • Single country study: Study two countries per semester, 6-8 pages per week. Most pages will take 15-20 minutes, some may take up to an hour.           
      • Kenya Social Studies, Israel Social Studies, Germany Social Studies, Italy Social Studies
    • Timeline of World History
      • Students will add to this timeline as they study a different time period.  This is a good project to work on as a class or in small groups. 

    Dyslexia Therapy-

    • Dyslexia Games Series C
      • 3-5 pages per day starting with book 1, best first thing in the morning
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