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Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

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A whole chapter in a book can be overwhelming for some children with LD. Have your child read the first paragraph, or sentence if she is a new reader, then you read the rest of the page.

Make the information or story as interesting as possible, pausing to reinforce the concepts presented. This will help keep your child engaged and interested in the assignment.

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