There are some days I just want to quit. Perhaps you can relate . . . Five children with five different needs, at five different levels and five different learning styles . . . add to it the fact that one is a preschooler who wants to do everything his older brothers are doing .... Continue Reading →
Do you have a child who has recently been diagnosed with dyslexia? Are you left wondering what to do next? Check out these suggestions from a mom who has been there!
I have a child who has dyslexia. It is his drawing that is displayed on the right. He is almost 9 years old and has just completed the 3rd grade. This week, I am going to share our story and then offer some suggestions of ways to help children with dyslexia in the church. First,... Continue Reading →