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Stress Management 101

In a recent “Best of NPR” newsletter, Christopher Dean Hopkins writes about helping young students cope with unusual conditions as they return to school. He …

Homeschooling’s Surge and Lessons Learned

As we move into another school year, parents everywhere are scrambling for resources and examining the “lessons” of last year’s experience. Whether the local school …

3 Easy Ways to Overcome Learning Loss

Learning Loss. It happens every summer and affects children in grades k-6 the hardest. But you can protect your child from this annual occurrence with …

Putting the Fun in Fundamental

Games are a vital learning tool in the Lexercise program for students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Built to meet specific teaching goals, our …

February 8, 2021 in Blog-Posts

The Speech Difficulty Club

When we tuned in to last month’s inauguration ceremonies, we would not have predicted that one of the take-aways would be how many Americans struggle …

Can Letter Formation Promote Literacy?

January 23 is National Handwriting Day, established in 1977 by the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association to encourage people to buy pens and pencils. Today, it …

The Best Dyslexia Games Online With Our Lead Artist, Iszzy

Try Our Fun Online Dyslexia Games Here! Thanks to the proliferation of games, films, phones, and other digital media, today’s school-age children are already visually …

Creativity Combats School Burnout

The psychological term burnout has been around since the 1970s when it was coined to describe a kind of emotional exhaustion experienced by those in …

Does Online Learning Have to be Boring?

Is your student complaining or exhibiting symptoms of boredom with virtual classes? Fidgeting, wandering attention, trouble-making, unexplained sleepiness and mood changes can all be indicators …

How To Help A Child With Dyslexia At Home

Many parents find it difficult to know how to help a child with dyslexia at home. As a result of COVID-19, this challenge has grown …

How to choose an online school for a dyslexic student

As we move toward the school year, not certain if or for how long school buildings will be open, many parents of students with dyslexia …

Making a Case for Practice

Perhaps you’ve had this experience: you decide to learn a new skill. Let’s use bread-baking as an example, but it could easily be a foreign …