Social skills are an important part of your child’s middle school experience. A few simple tips can make their teenage years a little easier.
Learning sight words is a necessary component in a child’s reading development. It helps them build their vocabulary and pronunciation, refine their writing skills, improve their confidence in reading comprehension, and become better communicators. That is why by the time they are in kindergarten, children should recognize sight words. But, how do you do that? […]
Many people don’t know there’s a difference between feelings and emotions. Help your child discriminate so they can deal in any situation.
Do you want your preschool child to become a fluent reader by just looking at words? Yes, kids can learn to read without reading each letter or phenomes. Instead, children can recognize and memorize some words by sight. These words are called sight words. In this article, you will learn what these are, some examples […]
Is your kid displaying emotions that are out of proportion? Learn more about emotional lability and how to teach emotional regulation.
Your child’s social development contributes to their overall sense of well being. Learn how IEP goals for social skills can help!