By the National Institute for Literacy
Getting in the Game
Reading: Easy as ABC, Right?
Most kids learn to talk by talking with other people. They hear—they listen—they speak. Learning to read? That’s harder.
Reading doesn’t come naturally. You have to learn it. The sticks and circles we call letters are symbols. Basically, letters stand for sounds. In the […]Read More....
By Glenda Thorne, Ph.D.
A plethora of information exists in lay and professional literature regarding two problems commonly experienced by school children – attention deficits and dyslexia. However, another common but generally overlooked problem that some children are often troubled by is difficulty with graphomotor skills, the fine motor skills involved in handwriting.
Children with graphomotor difficulties […]Read More....