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Books, Kits, DVD's and other materials for using Davis methods at home or in school



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The Gift of Dyslexia - Revised and Expanded
$16.95
5.0 Out Of 5 (5.0 on 1)
This groundbreaking book by Ronald Davis explains the theories behind Davis Dyslexia Correction methods, and details basic procedures in an easy-to-follow, scripted format. Large typeface, illustrations & photographs make this book dyslexic-friendly.
Plastalina Clay -- Two 1 lb. Blocks
$8.00
Davis Orientation and Symbol Mastery Home Kit
$249.95
For home use, age 8 through adult. Each kit includes all materials needed for Davis Orientation, Symbol Mastery & Reading Exercises, as described in the book, The Gift of Dyslexia.
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Davis Young Learner Kit for Home Use
$129.95
5.0 Out Of 5 (5.0 on 1)
For ages 5-7, pre-reading and primary level. Ideal for homeschoolers or parents who want to give extra support to beginning readers.
The Gift of Learning
$17.00
The Gift of Learning provides tools for improving attention focus, building math understanding, and improving handwriting.
Koosh Balls (Set of Two)
$17.95
We use Koosh Balls to aid with mental orientation, focusing and balance.
Unlocking the Power of Dyslexia DVD
$8.00
17 minute film highlighting the discoveries of Ronald D. Davis and the strengths and talents of the dyslexic mind.
The Davis Dyslexia Correction Program DVD
$8.00
This short feature provides an excellent overview of Facilitators at work with Davis clients and the recommended post-program work at home.
Davis Dyslexia Correction Orientation Procedures DVD
$85.00
Davis methods instructional video, covering methods to focus attention, control energy levels, and improve balance and coordination.
Gift of Dyslexia Audio CD Set
$29.95
5.0 Out Of 5 (5.0 on 1)
This set of 4 audio CD's contains full narration of The Gift of Dyslexia, read by author Ron Davis. A great alternative for students who would rather listen than read.