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Reading development should be a concern for any child not reading at or above grade level.
The purpose of writing is to be read by others. Seeing one's writing is a joy for anyone, but it is a sense of accomplishment for a child.
What does the writing connection have to do with reading? Have you noticed that one of the first things kids want to learn is how to write their name?
This site map contains all of the main categories for information contained on the learning disabilities reading tutor website.
Fairy Corner is a themed reading corner for your daughter. Making a special place for her to develop her reading skill will help her succeed in school.
Aspergers Syndrome Corner7 is the last of Dawn's blog about her 22 year old daughter that has Aspergers.
Why homeschool gives 10 reasons why parents are currently teaching their children at home.
Read these testimonials to be encouraged that even the child that has a severe learning challenge can learn to read. Parents write how their child is learning to read after almost giving up hope.
The terms reading disability and learning disability are sometimes used interchangeably. A reading disability can be caused by a learning disability such as dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, autism or Aspergers.
Learning disabilities and reading disabilities are terms used interchangeably.
Building a home library is essential for supporting and helping to grow a child's desire to read. A reading nook can be made anywhere: a corner of a child's room, under the loft bed, in the tree hous
Rene Armbruster, reading specialist and creator of Learning Disabilities Reading Tutor.com. tells who she is and gives her credentials.
This on-line reading tutor website is audio assisted so that parents that are dyslexic or struggled with learning will have the tools to help their child learn to read.
Reading motivation is the key to unlock your child's desire to learn how to read.
Drs. Shaywitz has written a national bestseller about how to teach adult dyslexics.
People with dysgraphia have problems holding a pencil. Watch this video to find out a radical new way to hold a pencil. People who suffer with arthritis can also benefit from holding the pencil this
In this issue of Aspergers Syndrome Corner 2 blog, Dawn tells about the early years with Kelsea and how it was very frustrating because she didn't know what was wrong with her daughter.
Aspergers Syndrome Corner - 1, a blog by Dawn. It is an account of homeschooling her daughter who has Aspergers and other learning disabilities and sensitivity issues.
This is the inspirational story of runner Cliff Young, a sexagenarian Australian who ran his first ultra-marathon 7 day event and shocked the world with his win by breaking the record by 2 days.
Background knowledge is having enough information so that what is read is comprehended.