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Begin the New School Year With Confidence

14 Feb, 2017

It’s time to go back to school! If you’re like most parents, you spent the last few weeks of summer with your family: relaxing and enjoying your time together. Maybe you went away or possibly, you preferred a stay at home holiday.  You may have scheduled trips to the local library and bookstore for your…

Begin the New School Year With Confidence

19 Jan, 2017

It’s almost time to go back to school! If you’re like most parents, you are spending the last few weeks of summer with your family: relaxing and reconnecting and enjoying your time together. Maybe you went away or possibly, you preferred a stay at home holiday.  You may have scheduled trips to the local library…

Intensive Instruction: Why it Works—It’s More Than Tutoring

23 Nov, 2016

Those who are new to Lindamood-Bell instruction may be more familiar with traditional tutoring and programmes which are generally conducted 1 to 3 hours a week over the course of months or years. Therefore, recommendations for intensive intervention—4 hours/day and 5 days a week—may be a new concept.   If your child is having difficulty…

Reading Struggles: 5 Signs

6 Oct, 2016

Parents often can see that their child is struggling with reading—especially if there is an older sibling or friend who seemed to, comparatively, breeze through the process. It is not always so clear, however, whether a child has a weakness that needs to be checked out, or if reading simply hasn’t “clicked” for them yet….

Go Back to School With Confidence

22 Jul, 2016

It’s almost time to go back to school! If you’re like most parents, you are spending the last few weeks of summer with your family: relaxing and reconnecting and enjoying your time together. Maybe you went on vacation or possibly, you preferred a “staycation.”  You may have scheduled trips to the local library and bookstore…

More Than Tutoring: Why Intensive Instruction Works

20 May, 2016

Those who are new to Lindamood-Bell instruction may be more familiar with traditional tutoring and programs which are generally conducted 1 to 3 hours a week over the course of months or years. Therefore, recommendations for intensive intervention—4 hours/day and 5 days a week—may be a new concept.   If your child is having difficulty…

5 Signs of Reading Difficulty

29 Apr, 2016

  Parents often can see that their child is struggling with reading—especially if there is an older sibling or friend who seemed to, comparatively,  breeze through the process. It is not always so clear,   however, whether a child has a weakness that needs to be checked out, or if reading simply hasn’t “clicked” for them…

I See Movies in My Head: The Key to Reading Comprehension

15 Feb, 2016

Most reading experts agree on one thing: In order to comprehend what they read, students must have strong decoding skills and adequate oral vocabulary. In other words, a child must be able accurately decode every word on the page, and know what all of the words mean.

Learning Difficulties: How do you Know?

23 Dec, 2014

The primary cause of language comprehension problems is difficulty creating an imaged gestalt, or whole, from oral and written language.

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