Understanding, Identifying, And Developing The Gross Motor Skills In Pre-schoolers

Understanding, Identifying, And Developing The Gross Motor Skills In Pre-schoolers

How to develop gross motor skills in preschoolers? If you have a certain gap in your understanding of this topic, we suggest you read this post till the end. For the uninitiated, Gross motor skills are defined as the ability to make movements that involve limbs and torso muscles. A well developed gross motor skill … Read more

Vocabulary IEP Goals for Speech Therapy: Importance, list, assessment tips, strategies

Vocabulary IEP Goals for Speech Therapy: Importance, list, assessment tips, strategies

Teaching kids with special needs to speak can be overwhelming if there is no definite guideline available. Also, the child may tend to stray away from the learning process if there are no goals in sight. That is why a legal document has been prepared by the US govt called IEP goals. The Govt stipulates … Read more

Easy And Simple Volume Activities To Learn

Easy And Simple Volume Activities To Learn

The study of 3D shapes is called Solid Geometry. It is close to real-life as we see only solids around. The first essential measurement useful in Solid Geometry is Volume. If we go by the formula, it is equal to length x width x height. We can say the volume is nothing but the amount … Read more

7 Awesome Christmas Gift Ideas for Dyslexics

7 Awesome Christmas Gift Ideas for Dyslexics

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Christmas is the moment of celebration. It is the best time to show love and concern and have gala get-togethers. We hear these thoughts about this festival most often. But, does Christmas mean the same for people with learning difficulties like Dyslexia? … Read more

16 Inspirational Dyslexia Quotes for Teachers

16 Inspirational dyslexia quotes for Teachers

Teaching is a noble profession. This profession becomes more challenging when dealing with students with learning difficulties like dyslexia. There are times when teachers feel hopeless, angry, and are at the brink of giving up when the students don’t respond to inputs as expected. It is when the teachers need a dose of motivation. This … Read more

Best suited Career Options & Jobs for people with dyslexia & dyscalculia

Best suited career options and jobs for dyslexia and dyscalculia

What will my child do in the future when he is facing so many difficulties with words and numbers? It is a common worry that almost all parents face when they realize that their children’s intelligence assessment test shows poor results. The good news is that having learning difficulties is not the end of the … Read more

Let’s celebrate the Dyslexia Awareness Month

OCtober dyslexia awareness month poster

Have you ever thought about what led to increased awareness about the learning disorders prevalent among children and adults? Though the term ‘dyslexia’ has been around us since 1887 when an ophthalmologist Rudolf Berlin coined it, the awareness did not reach its current state sooner after the event. People parried the problem of learning disorders … Read more

10 inspiring quotes for people with learning disabilities

list of top 10 quotes on learning disabilities

A study revealed that about 30% of people with learning disability are suspected to mental health problems at some point of their lives. The stats are worrisome. It is common for kids with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia and dyscalculia, to feel inferior, demotivated and cornered. In situation like these, Parents and Teachers can help … Read more

Is your school dyslexia friendly? Here’s a checklist

dyslexia friendly school classroom

Senator Chuck Grassley once said, “What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.” This quote holds so true. Just look at some of the most successful people living right now, who have beaten the belief that grades … Read more