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Homework Help

Tips for parents on helping kids and teens with homework.

Homework Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities

Homework presents a challenge for all parents. However, if your child has learning disabilities, it can require extra thought and attention. The good news is …

4 Tips for Your Child’s Academic Success

Academic success is important in a child’s life as it will help to shape their future. There are many things you can do to help …

School Issues: How to Keep Your Teen Motivated

Sixteen years seems like a long time to spend in school. Teens often lose their motivation to keep trying and excelling. As a parent, you …

How to Deal with Learning Challenges of All Kinds

We usually think of learning problems or disabilities as referring to school or academic problems. However, many children who do well in school have learning problems when it comes to getting along with peers, learning various types of sports, learning how to regulate their appetites in order to reach their ideal weight, learning how to regulate their moods in order to enjoy life more, or learning how to get organized and make their lives more manageable and require less parental supervision.

Teens: Smart Ways of Organizing your Study Time for Maximum Efforts

Many teens, like many adults, don’t understand about time management. They struggle to meet their daily obligations – time with family and friends, homework, extracurricular …

Teach Your Children Well . . . By Reading to Them

A recent study by the Department of Education that was reaported in Science Daily reported that 44% of Fourth Graders in the United States are …

Sure-Fire Ways to Get Your Teen to Read Every Day

With advances in technology, reading is becoming a lost art. More and more kids are finding other activities to engage in. what can you do …

Helping Your Children Thrive in School

Even though it’s the child who is going to school, there is so much you can do as a parent to help your children thrive …

At-Risk Children who Display Self-Regulation of Behavior have Better Academic Performance

A new study to be published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly by Michaella Sektnan reveals that at-risk children who are better able to control their …

When is a learning problem a PROBLEM?

A recent article by Edward Schultz in LDA Newsbriefs concerns new definitions of learning disabilities that must be recognized through the 2004 Individuals with Disabilities …