I have recently discovered a dyslexic friendly font. Some of the characteristics of the fonts are : * Parts of the letters have thicker lines *Letters are slanted a bit, such as a lowercase L that leans to the left *Letters that have sticks and tails, such as b, d and p, vary in length. Most of the fonts I've looked at can be downloaded for free. Do they work? From everything I've read they are still doing research into this but in my opinion its always worth a try it may not make your child read quicker or more accurately but surely its worth a try. Why don't you book onto our Help your child to read workshop in September as we shall be offering lots of advice and tips

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