Tag: learning delays


SLEEP TOOLS that Actually Work: The “Right” and “Wrong” Sleep Tools for Kids Parent's Corner

Sleep Tools: The “Right” and “Wrong” Sleep Tools for Kids: Sleep Tools that Actually Work This article provides helpful sleep tools to help children sleep better at night. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Many parents find bedtime to be one of the hardest parts of the day. Do you ever feel your child rubs their eyes, yawns and eyelids droop an hour before...

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How to Discover Receptive and Expressive Language Challenges in My Child Language Development

How to Discover Receptive and Expressive Language Challenges in My Child This article provides helpful information for you to discover if your child is struggling with receptive and expressive language challenges. For language development delays, click here. As you may have read in our previous article, language delays are different from speech issues your child may experience and it’s important to know if they are...

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Sight Words: How to Anchor Sight Word Retention with Movement and Sensory Activities Education

Fox 13’s The Place: Sight Words – How to Anchor Sight Word Retention with Movement and Sensory Activities This article provides helpful activities to help your child remember and retain their sight words. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about how to help children learn their sight words by anchoring their word retention...

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Wrapped Legs Around Chair? A Sign of Weak Core Muscle that Causes Reading and Writing Delays Primitive Reflexes

Wrapped Legs Around Chair? A Sign of Weak Core Muscle that Causes Reading and Writing Delays This article provides helpful information if your child wraps their legs around their chair due to weak core muscle or a retained STNR reflex. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. It’s not uncommon to find kids fidgeting in their chair, swinging their legs or bouncing their feet to...

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Anxious Child: Toys for Anxious Children, Self-Regulation and Emotional Grounding Emotional Grounding

Anxious Child: Toys for Anxious Children, Self-Regulation and Emotional Grounding This article provides helpful toys to calm an anxious child or they can help kids that don’t know how to self-regulate their emotions in the classroom. Affiliate links are includes for your convenience. All children become anxious and stressed out at one point of their education with tests, homework, big projects and understanding new concepts....

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CLASSROOM MODIFICATIONS for Students that Struggle with Slow Processing Speed Processing Speed

Classroom Modifications for Students that Struggle with Slow Processing Speed This article provides helpful classroom modifications for those kids that struggle with slow processing speed. Free printable included below. Children that struggle with slow processing speed in the classroom may have difficulty remembering instructions in the classroom or retaining important details for an assignment or exam. These children are often labeled “dumb” or “lazy” when...

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Auditory System: “Kindergarten Guide” to Auditory Processing and How Your Child Uses it in the Classroom Auditory Processing

Auditory System: “Kindergarten Guide” to Auditory Processing and How Your Child Uses it in the Classroom This article provides helpful information about your child’s auditory system and how to help them better learn in the classroom. Each grade level is unique and different for each child. As your child advances at each level, the learning process becomes more challenging and often tests their learning potential....

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PRIMITIVE REFLEXES: Duet Responsible for Sensory Issues, Reading Delays, Fear & Fight or Flight Primitive Reflexes

Retained Primitive Reflexes that Cause Sensory Sensitivities, Reading Delays, Fear and Fight or Flight This article provides helpful information about retained primitive reflexes and how they affect your child’s learning potential. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Most children in the classroom (about 80 percent) are healthy and active kids that excel in the classroom. However, the other 20 percent of students we see...

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CUP STACKING: Studies Show Cup Stacking Improves Reading Test Scores and Cross-Patterning Development

Cup Stacking: Studies Show Cup Stacking Activities Improve Reading Test Scores and Cross-Patterning Brain Development This article provides information on the benefits of cup stacking activities and the impact it can have on brain building for higher learning. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. I recently walked into an after school program of five and 6-year-olds and saw a large group of kids sitting...

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BRAIN GYM: Simple Brain Gym Exercises to Awaken the Brain for Learning Readiness Motor Skills

Brain Gym: Simple Brain Gym® Exercises to Awaken the Brain for Learning Readiness This article provides helpful Brain Gym® activities to activate learning in the brain. This article is meant to be an overview. Future articles will more thoroughly explain Brain Gym movements. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Do you find it interesting that we often complicate our child’s educational experience? It’s easy for...

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