My daughter does very well in school but is not interested in anything anyone else wants to teach her, including myself. In any conversation she disconnects
and simply does not listen. She's also very stubborn when I try to help her with homework.
My son is in fifth grade, and he still reverses some of his numbers. He doesn't reverse his b's and d's like he used to, but he still writes his 4s, 5s and 6s backward about 50% of the time. This doesn't seem to impede...
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I just came from an unsuccessful parent-teacher conference. Here's my story: Yesterday my really smart child comes home in tears and says "Mom, I got 4 F's."
We sit down, she says she doesn't understand the instructions. These are her first F's in...
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