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Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

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Instead of quizzing your child on the material he is studying, have him quiz you. Reading the question and hearing the answer from you can help boost his memory skills.

This strategy also helps to take the focus off your child, and puts it on you, the parent, instead. Your child may feel a sense of authority in correcting you, and you'll be happy knowing he is learning the material.

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