As any parent of a child who struggles will tell you, academic awards day is usually less than fun. In fact, I know of many parents who skip the day entirely.
As I hiked my feet hurt, my heart pounded ...and I thought about my family's journey with dyslexia.
Every superhero struggles, and so do children and adults who have dyslexia. The important part is to never stop trying.
As the parent of two children with learning disabilities (dyslexia and CAPD), I'm always looking for balance. They need to continue to learn over the summer but I also want them to have a brain break. This year, I'm trying out two online tools and so far I'm impressed. Side note: I do not get … Continue reading Two Websites I’m Loving for Summer Learning
School can be scary for students with disabilities, but there are angels in the form of special education teachers.
My oldest is a struggling read, it's true. He has dyslexia. But he's also a reluctant reader. There IS a difference! Some struggling readers dislike books until they get the right access. Audiobooks can be a game changer, and they were for my son too! However, even with access, my little boy is also incredibly … Continue reading How a Bookworm Mom Parents a Reluctant Reader
Confession time: Yesterday was not a good day for me. I woke up grumpy and was grumpy all day. Yesterday, I HATED dyslexia.