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Through Your Child’s Eyes

By Understood Team

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What does it feel like to learn and think differently? Use these simulations and videos to see the world through your child’s eyes. 

Experience firsthand how hard it is to complete a task when you have trouble focusing. Or how frustrating it is when your hand won’t write what your brain is telling it to write.

You can also see kids of different ages talk about how it feels to learn and think differently — and what helps them thrive.

Simulations of learning and thinking differences

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Reading challenges: Videos of kids

Hear from kids about what it feels like to struggle with reading — and get insights from expert Julie Washington on how to help.

Math challenges: Videos of kids

Hear from kids about what it feels like to struggle with math — and get insights from expert Michèle Mazzocco on how to help. 

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Writing challenges: Videos of kids

Hear from kids about what it feels like to struggle with writing — and get expert insights on how to help.

Attention challenges: Videos of kids

Hear from kids about what it feels like to struggle with focus — and get insights from expert Ned Hallowell on how to help.

Organization challenges: Videos of kids

Hear from kids about what it feels like to struggle with organization — and get expert insights on how to help.

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Now that you know what it’s like for your child, get step-by-step advice on what to do if you think your child has a learning or thinking difference.

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  • Facebook
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  • Coming soonGoogle Classroom