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These are the daily habits that help my dyslexic reader to be more successful.

The goal of this post is to point you in the right direction to find reading curricula for teaching reading to kids with dyslexia that really work.

These are the daily habits that help my dyslexic reader to be more successful.

After homeschooling kids with dyslexia for 20 years, these are 8 things that I have noticed that make the biggest difference in the success of our homeschool days.

Teaching Writing to Kids with Dyslexia

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - As with reading and spelling, teaching kids with dyslexia to write can be done and done well with the right methods! - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

Mind mapping can help students organize ideas for term papers and clean up their notes for studying. Follow our step-by-step guide to create your own paper mind map, or check out two of our favorite software picks.

Mind mapping can help students organize ideas for term papers and clean up their notes for studying. Follow our step-by-step guide to create your own paper mind map, or check out two of our favorite software picks.

Grapic of: 3 Areas of Executive Function

Executive functions let people plan, organize and complete tasks. Here's a closer look at the different areas of executive function and the skills they affect.

Kids with ADHD can be perfectionists—to a fault. Learn why some kids with ADHD can't let go until "it's perfect." Get tips on helping your child tell when things are good enough.

What is self-regulation, and why do kids sensory processing issues and ADHD struggle with it? Read about self-regulation skills and strategies.

Children with ADHD don't always act rudely or awkwardly on purpose. Instead, they often lack the executive function skills to keep up with confusing social norms. Here's how parents can reframe social and behavioral challenges and help kids build skills.

Children with ADHD don't always act rudely or awkwardly on purpose. Instead, they often lack the executive function skills to keep up with confusing social norms. Here's how parents can reframe social and behavioral challenges and help kids build skills.

The purpose was to see if the differences in brain structure were evident when ADHD symptoms appeared at an early age.

The purpose was to see if the differences in brain structure were evident when ADHD symptoms appeared at an early age.