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  • A Day in the Life of a Teen with Reading Challenges

    For teenagers with dyslexia, every class can be a struggle because they all involve some aspect of reading and spelling. Dyslexia is also connected to some social, emotional and behavioral issues. Use this visual guide to see how dyslexia can affect a high-schooler’s daily life

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  • Taking Action in 2018

    Tour to make 2018 “year of action”

    Aged care experts will tour the country next month to give industry members insights into the state of the sector

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  • I LOVE this

    NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

    “Lead to Read KC” is a reading program where volunteers with diverse professions -- marines, nurses, law enforcement -- spend their lunch hour reading to elementary school children.

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  • 24 Things to Bring Back from our Childhood

    18 Jan 24 Things From Our Childhoods That We Need To Bring Back

    Our lovely Facebook community shares what they miss the most about their childhood and what they would like to bring back and experience all over again.

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  • How Words Cast their Spell

    How Words Cast Their Spell

    Spelling Is an Integral Part of Learning the Language,
    Not a Matter of Memorization

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  • Learning to Surf


    A group of WA surfers is helping children with autism connect to the water.

    Surfing provides stimulation and joy to the kids and the volunteer group "Ocean Heroes" is all about catching the ride of a lifetime.

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  • 11 Myths about ADHD

    ADHD Myths: 11 Things ADHD is NOT

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  • Benefits of Being a Bookworm

    10 Mar Benefits of Being a Bookworm

    Apart from the fact that books keep them entertained for long stretches of time, kids are exercising while they read.

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  • 301 Tips on Learning to Talk

    Tips on Learning to Talk

    This article gives a brief introduction to language development and includes age-appropriate activities for language-building for children birth to 3 years old.

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  • The Dark Side of Reading Difficulties

    Shame: The Dark Heart of Reading Difficulties

    “They feel like they’re failures; they tell us that. Lousy reading produces a perception of stupidity and dumbness to peers and clearly to the youngster who is struggling. That is the shame.” – Dr. G. Reid Lyon

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