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Yearly Archives: 2016

[VIDEO] Family Story Time: Your New Snow Day Activity

30 Dec, 2016

After the snowball fights and snowman building, it’s time for the indoor fun. Faced with hours in the house, parents are often on the hunt for activities that provide entertainment and some educational value. Arts and crafts, baking and board games are great choices in this regard.  But if you haven’t already tried audiobooks and read-aloud, you may be…

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How and Why to Make the Most of Bedtime Reading

29 Dec, 2016

Bedtime reading can take children to a safe and enchanted world for a few minutes each night; and when kids are cosy and comfortable, reading aloud to them can help them “de-compress” from any worries from the day. Reading to your child is also a special time to be close to your child and bond…

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The Imagery-Language Connection at Home: Tips for Parents Whose Kids Have a Comprehension Weakness

22 Dec, 2016

When a student has an identified comprehension weakness, parents might pursue help for their academics. Unfortunately, language comprehension troubles can affect family life, too.   A primary cause of language comprehension problems is difficulty creating an imagined gestalt. This is called weak concept imagery. This weakness causes individuals to get only “parts” of information they…

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Lindamood-Bell Academy | Parent Voices

16 Dec, 2016

Lindamood-Bell Academy is uniquely suited to meet the learning needs of many students. Our unique private school features individualized instruction at our learning centers and/or online. We combine Lindamood-Bell expertise in teaching with a full K-12 curriculum. We attract students of all levels, including those challenged by the curriculum, rigid schedule or social pressure of…

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Academic Support for College Students

16 Dec, 2016

Many young adults experience similar challenges as they make the transition from high school to college. Confronted with academic challenges they didn’t experience in high school, they can feel overwhelmed by the new educational environment.   Some common experiences are: Struggling to develop time management habits Difficulty prioritizing and keeping up with class demands Trouble…

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Comprehension Weakness: Here are 5 signs

15 Dec, 2016

If a student consistently makes errors, like misreading the word breakfast as “basket” or misspelling the word equipment as “ekwepment,” it is easy to see she has a problem. But it is not as easy to see when a student is just not “getting it.”   Hidden in plain sight, many students are not able…

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Exceptional Parent Magazine Features Independent Study of Visualizing and Verbalizing and Autism Spectrum Disorder

9 Dec, 2016

The current issue of Exceptional Parent Magazine Features an independent study of Visualizing and Verbalizing and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  “The Science of Improved Language Comprehension: Brain Connectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” summarizes the groundbreaking results of a recent University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) study.   In this study, a group of children with ASD…

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Lindamood-Bell Academy: Mid-Year Enrollment

2 Dec, 2016

Lindamood-Bell Academy is a private school that features individualized instruction at our learning centers and/or online. It is an excellent solution for students grades K-12 who thrive in a non-traditional teaching environment. Our year-round, open enrollment is perfect for students who are changing schools mid-year.   While many students attend their neighborhood school without issue, some…

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Spend Your Summer in Miami: Improve Learning in a Few Weeks

1 Dec, 2016

Traveling to the US for your summer vacation? This can be a great time to address learning needs.   We identify strengths and weaknesses that may be affecting performance in reading, comprehension, and math. We provide individualized instruction plans that change lives in a relatively short, intensive period. Our imagery-language instruction enables students to achieve years…

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Teacher Suggests Reading Help: A Summer Learning Plan

1 Dec, 2016

Teachers always encourage students to read as much as they can over the summer. But if your last parent-teacher conference came with a specific suggestion—to get some extra reading support during the summer months—you may be considering one of the following options to prepare for next school year:   Teach your child to read yourself….

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