Home > School and Learning > Learning Differences > Special Education > Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

Slideshow Iconslideshows MORE

|

Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

3 of 11
MotivatingLDChildren,GoldStar,NiceJob,Homework

Homework Completion Chart


Print off and hang a homework completion chart on your refrigerator or anywhere else your child can easily see it. Make your own, or use this printable homework chart. Mark an "X" whenever your child completes a homework assignment.

Some of our readers reward their child with a small prize when he completes the chart, while others simply allow bragging rights. Whichever way you choose, be sure to recognize his accomplishment.

Next: Share the Reading

stay connected

Sign up for our free email newsletters and receive the latest advice and information on all things parenting.

Enter your email address to sign up or manage your account.

Facebook icon Twitter icon Follow Us on Pinterest

editor’s picks

highlights

Healthy Smile Checklist for Kids
Have better dental check-ups with this free printable checklist that helps keep your child flossing, brushing, and smiling! Brought to you by Philips Sonicare.

Kindergarten Readiness App
It's kindergarten registration time! Use this interactive kindergarten readiness checklist, complete with fun games and activities, to practice the essential skills your child needs for this next big step. Download the Kindergarten Readiness app today!

8 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
Need some fun ideas for decorating Easter eggs with the kids? Look no further for colorful and cool designs!

7 Ways to Curb Kids' Exposure to Violence
American children are exposed to violence more often than you might think. Learn how to limit your child's exposure to violence and manage the mental health and behavioral effects it can cause.