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Myths and Misconceptions: The Truth About Dyslexia

learninglab23 April 8, 2020
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Provide a supportive environment and an appropriate education by understanding dyslexia

Individuals with dyslexia struggle with more than just the symptoms of their learning disability.

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Reading Ready: Dyslexia Symptoms by Age

learninglab23 March 25, 2020
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Learn how to evaluate your child for signs of dyslexia and how to navigate a

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Mathematical Memories: Fun Pi Day Activities

learninglab23 March 11, 2020
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Plan an unforgettable Pi Day party with activities that are both fun and educational Children

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Understanding ADHD: The Difference Between ADHD and Typical Childhood Behavior

learninglab23 February 26, 2020
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Learn more about the symptoms that characterize Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder Childhood is full of distractions, daydreams,

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Executive Function Skills and the Importance of Task Management

learninglab23 February 19, 2020
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Executive function skills are a key component to succeeding in life’s endeavors Filtering out distractions

Executive Functions

Learning Lab’s 2020 SMART Summer Literacy Program & FLEX Summer Program

learninglab23 February 12, 2020
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Summer break has us dreaming of turning off alarm clocks, lazy pool days, and possible

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Behavior Problems: A Symptom of Something More

learninglab23 October 17, 2019
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Research done by Samuel T. Orton M.D., one of the first researchers to describe the

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The Rainbow Lunchbox – How Healthy Eating Impacts Learning

learninglab23 September 26, 2019
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In 2017, I wrote and published a book called “The Rainbow Lunchbox”.  I decided that

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We Are Not the Enemy

learninglab23 August 25, 2019
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By the time families discover us, they have been through the dyslexia ringer. Misdiagnosis, no

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Homeschool Support

learninglab23 June 16, 2019
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[vc_row][vc_column width="3/4"][vc_column_text] How Learning Lab creates a “bridge” to successful learning for smart, but struggling

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