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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Dyslexia Quest

Dyslexia Quest by Nessy is great for many things not just dyslexia. I was a little worried at first that this app would be too hard for my daughter to use but boy did I get a surprise in the fact that it is wonderful. The pictures and sounds are very cute and the games are put in levels of learning ability. I chose the youngest level for her and found that it worked perfect for her. I also found that parts of it work great for my 6yr old son who I thought would never be able to use this app. This app has working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual memory, auditory memory and sequencing skills. Many of these problems my children struggle with daily in school. Logan my 6yr old stuggles with auditory memory a lot and this works very well for him to build that skill up. He even tries the other things with some sucess. My almost 8yr old uses them all and they seem to be helping in the short time I've used the app with her. I can even use it since there is a level for all the way up adult. The levels are under 10, 11-16, and 17+ so even if you are an adult that struggles or you have an older child that struggles with any of these this app is for you :)



  1. I use this for my son, and now feel my daughter may benefit, but I can't figure out how to allow them both to play under their own username. If my son is in the middle of a quest, we either have to end his quest and start over or my daughter uses his quest. This makes it impossible to track progress. Is there a way to save progress that I'm unaware of?

  2. There is NO way to save progress with two usernames