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Websites for Parents
Charactoristics of ADHD
Charactoristics of Aspergers
Is your child dyslexic
Levels of Reading Development
Math Games Website
Organization and the LD child
ABC's of How To Help Your Child
Websites for Kids
Parent Tech Assist Center Network
National Center for LD
Chippewa Resource Guid
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ABC's of How to Help Your Child
ccept your child unconditionally.
elieve in your child. Trust in his or her ability.
ommunicate with your child.
iscuss things with your child.
njoy your child. When parents enjoy their children, children enjoy their parents.
ind things of interest to do together.
ive your child responsibility that can be handled. This can lead to a feeling of accomplishment.
elp your child with words of encouragement.
mpress upon your child the vision of what is all around. Talk about the things you see, hear, taste, feel, and smell.
oin your child in fun activities.
eep from over-identifying with your child. Don't try to live your life again through your child.
isten to your child. He or she needs someone to share thoughts and ideas.
odel behovior you want to see in your child.
ame things for your child. Labels are important.
bserve the way your child goes about tasks. Provide help when needed.
ace your child. Help your child to do one thing at a time and do it well.
uestion your child using questions words such as "who", "what", "where", and "when". Ask about stories or everyday things that happen.
ead to your child every day.
pend time with your child.
ake your child to the library on a regular basis.
nderstand that learning isn't always easy. Sometimes we all fail. We can learn from our mistakes.
alue your child's school and teachers. Your attitude will often be mirrored in your child.
rite with your child. Encourage the youngster to write, even scribbles are important.
is often an unknown quantity. What else would you like to add to this list?
ou are your child's most important teacher.
ip it all up with love. Love gives zest to life.
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