Seven-year-old Lillyana Lortz reached slowly for her next Lego piece as she processed what she had learned to identify word parts and syllables. Crafts and games were just a couple of ways that Copperas Cove ISD teachers improved students’ reading and writing skills through the district’s inaugural multisensory camp for students with dyslexia.

“It made reading fun,” the House Creek Elementary second grader said.

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