A tennis racquet has one. So does a baseball bat. Could it be that a beginning reader has a sweet spot, too?
Parents are often the first to suspect their child has a reading problem. An expert alerts parents to some of the earliest indicators of a reading difficulty.
How is your child being taught to read? A reading expert explains how to
investigate the instructional approach the teacher or school uses.
When a child struggles with reading, learn how parents balance academic experience with at-home reading activities that are fun and rewarding!
Do you want to know what can be done to improve your middle or high school student's reading speed and comprehension? In this article, an expert addresses this concern.
Does your teenager struggle with reading but resist your suggestions and support? Where can you turn for help? An expert has some ideas for you.
A book-loving mom shares her frustration and success in getting her dyslexic son to enjoy books.
Research-based information and advice for sizing up reading programs and finding the right one for your child with a learning disability.
How you can help at home: Cooking with your child helps build skills in reading directions and measurement.
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