Learning Lab Blog

April 15, 2023

The Power of Brain Breaks and Movement for Children with ADHD and Beyond

When creating an engaging and dynamic learning environment for children, we have to think of ways to incorporate brain breaks and movement. These activities, whether in or outside the.

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April 15, 2023

Mindful Discipline: Empowering Children with Learning Difficulties through Emotional Awareness

Parenting is a remarkable journey, and raising a child with learning difficulties adds challenges and rewards. Navigating this path requires a balanced approach to discipline that supports your child’s.

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March 29, 2023

Orton Gillingham and The Science of Reading

Orton Gillingham is an instructional approach rooted in the science of reading. It was developed in the 1930s by Dr. Samuel Orton and Anna Gillingham to help students with.

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March 15, 2023

All About Fast ForWord Cognitive Language and Literacy Training

Fast ForWord is a highly effective cognitive language and literacy training program that thousands of individuals, including children and adults, have used to improve their reading, writing, and language.

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February 28, 2023

Summer Slide

The summer slide is a phenomenon that many children experience over the summer months. Most children lose 20-30% of what they learn from the school year during summer –.

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February 15, 2023

Summer Is The Time to Close Significant Learning Gaps – Here’s Why

School keeps children mentally stimulated and in a routine that helps them learn – both of which are key to their academic success. For many kids, summer is synonymous.

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January 25, 2023

What is Dysgraphia: How Can Learning Lab Help

Dysgraphia is a learning difference that makes it challenging for people to write. It can impact a person’s ability to write psychically or even just the skill of getting.

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January 15, 2023

What is Dyscalculia: How Learning Lab Can Help

Dyscalculia is a not-so-common learning disability that affects how people learn and process numbers, thus potentially affecting their ability to do math. Only around three to seven percent of.

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December 16, 2022

Are SLD And Dyslexia The Same Thing?

Specific learning disabilities (SLDs) and dyslexia are commonly seen together, so some people may confuse them for being the same. If you’re a parent whose child has just been.

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December 12, 2022

Gift Guide for The Unique Learner

Many parents, teachers, and caregivers ask our team around the holiday season what kind of thoughtful and educational gifts can they buy for their specialized learners. We’re here to.

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