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Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

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Five Minute Fun Break


If your child is getting frustrated with an assignment, one reader suggests taking a break to do something fun together. Taking five minutes to go for a walk, listen to a favorite song, or have a snack can help break up the frustration he is feeling so he can return to his homework with a fresh perspective.

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