Climb the mountain and play the yeti games. Each game will test memory and learning skills. The Yeti Master will explain signs of dyslexia.
• 6 games that each test a different learning ability known to cause dyslexia
• Email your results to those that need to know
• Suggests how to make better use of your learning strengths
• Explains what difficulties you will experience and where you have a weakness
• Highly motivating, collect 18 yetis
The games are designed to assess working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual memory, auditory memory and sequencing skills. Dyslexia Quest has been developed, researched and tested at the Bristol Dyslexia Centre. The app is designed for a single player and does not support simultaneous multiple users.
Designed for a single player.
Fixes incorrect email report data.
Ratings and Reviews
My 9 year old son loves this app. They have wonderful games to help with his dyslexia. I feel it's really making a difference in helping him learn to read better, without mixing up the letters as much. It's the one "homework app" he begs to play. The only thing missing is a multi-user feature. I'd love a separate log-on for each of my children.
Can't get past the initial "test"
Right away, my son was expected to recognize words like "through" & "remember," complete a five-sequence task, & spell words backwards after hearing them in the yeti's accent. Then I realized this was just a placement test to see which areas needed to be worked on. The problem is, after torturing himself to get through it so he could move on to the actual game, he is unable to submit the final answer to complete the test. My son sadly set down his iPad & walked away feeling discouraged & "dumb". $10 app that makes my kid feel worse ...
Great app needs multiple user ability
I have several dyslexic children and they both love this app. Unfortunately, they can't both play because it doesn't have the ability to add additional users.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.