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Types of ADHD in Kids

Posted on 31.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder can present in multiple different ways. There are three different types of ADHD and a child’s diagnosis depends on what symptoms present the strongest in an individual.… Read more

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ADHD and Screen Time

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

The Covid Pandemic and quarantine has brought many challenges for families around the world, but parents of children with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), may have felt more of an impact… Read more

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The Best Resources on Dyslexia for Parents

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

Whether you are brand new to the dyslexia world or have been navigating it for years, we hope this list of resources will help you feel confident supporting your child!… Read more

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The Best Books: Ideas for Children with Dyslexia

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

What can my child read? This is a common question for the parents of a child who has dyslexia.  Since a child with dyslexia has strong comprehension skills, often above… Read more

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How to Help a Child with Dyslexia

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

Four Steps for Parents Finding out your child has dyslexia [link to what is dyslexia brief] often asks parents to re-envision their plans for their child’s education.  Some parents may… Read more

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What is Visual Dyslexia?

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Struggling Readers

The visual system plays an important role in learning to read printed text; you need to attend to the letters and words and be able to process them in the… Read more

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Ideas For Getting Students Excited About Writing Now

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Literacy Strategies

Unfortunately, in today’s world, many students’ idea of writing is sending out text messages. And if you have ever read their text messages, it might as well be written in… Read more

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Options to Use For Teachers Other Than Tests and Quizzes

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Literacy Strategies

It takes a long time for things to change in education. When you think about it, we aren’t all that removed from the one-room schoolhouse that started centuries ago. The… Read more

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How Reading and Writing Can Go Together

Posted on 30.Aug.21 in Literacy Strategies

When teaching a child to read, all the focus generally is on identifying letters, phonics and decoding, and sight words. And for good reason. All of these things will enable… Read more

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