Month: May 2018

How to teach a dyslexic child to read (and book recommendations)

“Teaching reading is rocket science” – Louisa Moats. The fact that many parents find it difficult to support their children with home reading is no surprise – after all, they probably didn’t cover reading with your child in your prenatal classes! If you struggle to support your child to read at home, you’re not alone. It is a really tricky skill, especially for those whose children have difficulties with reading …

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7 tips for meeting with your child’s school

These 7 tips for meeting with your child’s school will help you get the best results for your child! Make sure you follow each one. 1. Prepare Keep a folder of all your child’s professional reports, school reports, emails, meeting notes etc. Keeping everything in one place will mean you can draw out important notes easily under pressure. Highlight reports or scores you have for your child, especially those you haven’t …

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