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All About Learning Disabilities and ADHD

LD OnLine knows that there are many different ways to learn, and having the right tools at school and at home can change everything. Explore our resources and help every child reach their full potential.

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Writing & Spelling

Helping Your Young Child With Writing

Engage your child in the writing process. This article includes simple, fun tasks to give your child that involve writing, materials and tools to help, and LD OnLine’s answer to the question, “Does spelling count?”

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Working with Families

Advocating for Your Preschool Child

It’s never too early to start looking for ways to help your child succeed in learning. This article covers children who are under 2 and who are in preschool. They have rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

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Behavior & Social Skills

Social Skills in Preschool

In preschool, your child will learn many types of skills. Reading books together in which the characters are going through the same thing can also help your preschooler develop these important skills.

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Working with Families

Choosing Books for Your Grandchildren

Books can be the perfect gifts for grandchildren of any age. But, with such a variety to choose from, selecting the right book can be a challenge. This article provides some hints to make the process a little easier.

Contributions From You

A Letter to My Grandmother

Dale S. Brown

This letter was written when I was in fourth grade. I was a learning-disabled child. This story began as a letter to my grandparents, written when I was 11.

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