Homeschool Resource Guide


Where Literacy Takes Root

Together we can transform the family tree through literacy. For over 40 years, Neuhaus Education Center has been a proven resource in the science of reading by providing evidence-based training and support to teachers, families, and adult learners. 

The best literacy instruction for any student with dyslexia is a structured literacy curriculum, such as Neuhaus's Basic Language Skills curriculum.  Effective instruction requires this direct, systematic, and individual instruction in reading and spelling, ideally taught by a trained dyslexia specialist. 

Homeschool parents are in the perfect position to support this instruction. The classes listed below provide important pieces of structured literacy, but they do not encompass the full curriculum. 

Here you can learn more about our classes that support structured literacyThese classes are a great resource for parents and teachers of all young scholars, including those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. 

If you are homeschooling and have questions about how to best support your child with dyslexia, we encourage you to contact our Family Support Office at NeuhausFSO@neuhaus.org or 713.664.7676.

For more information on homeschooling a student with dyslexia, we encourage you to view this fact sheet created by the International Dyslexia Association.    

PRESCHOOL Unlike language, learning to read does not come naturally. 
GRADES K-2

Children need evidence-based instruction to achieve reading success.

GRADES 1-5

Reading is the foundation for all other school subjects. 34% of fourth graders are not reading on grade level. 

GRADES 3 & UP

Mastery of reading by third grade is critical to a child’s academic career.

 

Family Support 

Our Family Support Office coordinators
offer guidance to parents seeking assistance,
resources, and instruction for their children.

Classes 

Neuhaus offers virtual and on-demand
classes that fit your schedule.

Neuhaus Academy 

Web-based vocabulary lessons from
adolescent to adult learners.

Seminars & Events 

We host a variety of informational sessions and events that address the unique needs of your children. View upcoming seminars and events here.