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Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

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Homework Behavior Plan


Talk to your child about the main issues that arise when he sits down to do homework. What is his most difficult subject? What distracts him? How can he find ways to stop the distractions?

Once you have brainstormed ideas to make homework time more productive, write up a contract with your child that implements the agreed-upon strategies. Every time a strategy is used successfully, award points towards a reward.

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