We all know the familiar emotions that transpire on report card day. There are few things more satisfying than seeing your child present their grades to you with pride. But many of us have also witnessed the look of disappointment on our children’s faces when they feel their marks are not where they should be. […]
Some have argued that handwriting has become obsolete in today’s tech-savvy age. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. Recent brain scan studies have demonstrated that early handwriting skill helps kids learn to read – an effect the keyboard does not emulate. But it doesn’t stop there. Learning to write cursive can and will […]
As a parent, we often take for granted that our child’s development is so closely tied to the workings of the brain. As most parents are aware, wellness checks with your family doctor encompass an overall review of your child’s physical, emotional and behavioral development. Developmental milestones are used as benchmarks for doctors and parents […]
Children With Eye Problems May Be Misdiagnosed With ADD Rare is the parent who is not familiar with the term ADHD. If your child has not been diagnosed with ADHD, you are likely to be acquainted with someone who has. A wide variety of resources and information are readily available via the internet. As a […]
Every child enters their school years equipped with the capacity to learn. Every teacher sets out to engage the full potential of every child’s capacity to learn. The school curriculum provides the framework for which the teacher and student will endeavour to learn the curriculum objectives and standards. Literacy being a core objective is considered […]
Distinguishing between what is “normal” child behavior and that which is indicative of ADHD can be a tricky and disheartening process. As a child enters his or her school years it is normal to encounter a spectrum of emotions and behaviors. As parents, we can often find ourselves over scrutinizing our child’s emotional landscape and […]
If a child is experiencing trouble writing, then they could have dysgraphia. An awkward grip, sloppy penmanship and letter spacing problems are common signs of this learning disability. Children with dysgraphia may also have another condition like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. What is Dysgraphia? Dysgraphia is a disorder that affects a child’s writing skills. […]
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