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If your child is struggling with social or emotional issues and enjoys writing How to Apply It! 1) Daily journals can be a great place for students to practice writing and reading and express feelings. Journals give children a way to vent safely or to expres... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^Extra-curricular/At-Home All Ages Strategy

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Anxiety Self-regulation

If your student struggles with reading comprehension because of weaker vocabulary How to Apply It! 1) Add-on virtual dictionaries can be a great tool for students who do a lot of online reading. 1) Online dictionaries can "overlay" almost any standard webs... View More

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ELA: Writing ELA: Reading ELA: ^Other Study Skills & Tools All Ages Strategy

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Working Memory Verbal Reasoning Processing Speed

If your student's handwriting is interfering with completing work accurately or efficiently Teach It! 1)Objective: Students who type more efficiently than they write will use a keyboard for typing notes or papers in class, on tests or for homework. 2)Teach... View More

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ELA: Writing All Ages Strategy

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Fine Motor Skills Working Memory Processing Speed Visual Motor Speed

If your child doesn't already have too many activities How to Apply It! 1) When your teen identifies an area of true interest or passion, encourage him to engage in a meaningful long-term project that will require organization and planning. 1) Let the tee... View More

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^Music, Art and Makerspaces ^21st Century Skills Social-Emotional Learning ^Extra-curricular/At-Home Middle/High School Strategy

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Self-regulation Organization

If your child needs to strengthen visual-spatial and planning skills (key for math) and enjoys crafts. How to Apply It! 1) Cat's Cradle and knitting are examples of enjoyable activities that exercise visual motor skills and train children to pay attention to... View More

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Mathematics ^21st Century Skills ^Extra-curricular/At-Home Elementary School Strategy

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Fine Motor Skills Organization Abstract Reasoning Visual Discrimination Visual Motor Speed

If your student is introverted or is anxious when meeting new people How to Apply It! 1) By practicing ways to start a conversation, parents can help calm children who are anxious about meeting new people or being in large gatherings. 1) Reassure students t... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills ^Extra-curricular/At-Home K-8 Strategy

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Anxiety Flexible Thinking Social Awareness

If your student isn't inherently motivated by the topic Teach It! 1)Objective: Students will be motivated about the topic they're learning when they are provided with a purpose. (Why are we learning this?) 2)Teacher Takeaways: Learning new information in th... View More

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^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning

If your students need exposure to a broad range of topics and would be engaged in current events Teach It! 1)Objective: Offering newspapers or magazines as motivating and relevant reading choices will support development of reading comprehension, vocabulary ... View More

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Social Studies ELA: Reading All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning