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Homework Strategies for Children with Learning Disabilities

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Homework Box


Keep any supplies your child needs for homework in a special box. Some supplies our readers suggest having include scissors, several kinds of paper, sharpened pencils, and a calculator. Reserve it only for your child, and only for homework time, so you'll know it is always fully stocked.

When homework time comes, your child won't be able to use missing supplies as an excuse to get off track. To make it extra special, put a little treat in his homework box, just to let him know you're thinking of him.

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