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Phonological Awareness: What It Is and How It Works

Remember doing the Hokey Pokey in kindergarten and clapping out the syllables, “that’s what it’s all about”? You may have thought it was just a game.... Read More

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12 Tips to Help Kids With Dyslexia Learn Sight Words

Kids with dyslexia can have extra difficulty learning sight words. Some of these words don’t follow standard spelling rules, so they’re not decodable.... Read More

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9 Ways to Help Kids With Dyslexia Remember and Pronounce Long Words

For kids with dyslexia, it can be hard to deal with multi-syllable words. They may have trouble remembering and pronouncing them correctly. Here are w... Read More

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Rapid Automatized Naming Tests: What You Need to Know

If your child is being tested for reading, executive functioning issues or slow processing speed, you may hear the term rapid automatized naming (RAN)... Read More

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8 Ways to Build Phonological Awareness in Grade-Schoolers

Phonological awareness skills—including phonemic awareness—play a big role in learning to read. Grade-schoolers with reading issues often have weaknes... Read More

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