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Learn more about dyslexia
The importance of Phonemic Awareness in Learning to Read
Phonological awareness is defines as a conscious ability to attend to and manipulate the sound structure of spoken words. This occurs at three levels: syllable, rhyme and phoneme (Gillon, 2004).
Those homework blues
I’ve talked about this before, but with report cards coming out soon, I thought it was time to revisit those homework blues that seem to plague families, especially those who have kids with learning differences.
Easy Dysgraphia tips
School is around the corner, so it’s a good time to work on strengthening hand muscles to help dysgraphia. There are so many things that can be done with household items, and to make it even better, most of these activities and games are fun!
Help with maths computation.
Do you have battles with your child over math? Does your child do well with understanding the concepts taught but when it comes to computation, it’s a disaster? Are your child’s math papers a mess with columns that don’t line up?