Rethinking School Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Well-Trained Mind Press Curriculum
When you need curriculum for a student who faces the challenges of dyslexia and/or dysgraphia, there are two important considerations:
- The student has to be able to use the curriculum to learn the skills and content.
- The parent/instructor has to be able ...
Learning Challenges Sentence Diagramming and Dysgraphia: A Helpful App
In both our elementary and intermediate grammar curricula, we give instruction on sentence diagramming. If you would like to know more about why we do so, please read this article by Susan Wise Bauer: “ Read more »
Rethinking School Differences, Disorders, and Disabilities
Differences, Disorders, and Disabilities
(as referenced on page 37 of Rethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s Education, by Susan Wise Bauer)
Throughout this website, we offer resources for parents whose children have learning differences, learning disorders, and learning ...
Math How to Teach Your Wiggly Preschooler Math
Preschoolers are a ton of fun. They’re energetic, curious, and immensely proud of their new skills and abilities. But their short attention spans and high energy levels can make it difficult to get these sweet wiggly little people to sit and focus.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t give your preschooler a great ...
How To Do It: Training Your Child's Mind Without Losing Your Own Resources For Dyslexia
Many parents have successfully taught dyslexic children at home.
Other Resources for Learning Challenges When Should I Get My Child Evaluated?
The home-education population may have more non-neurotypical kids in it than the general school population, because the frustrations of dealing with these problems in a classroom situation causes many parents to turn to home schooling.