Give concrete suggestions to the teacher.
Share strategies that can help your child succeed. For example, if your child struggles with reading but is a great singer, you may ask the teacher not to call on him to read aloud, but instead give him a bigger role in projects that involve music. If using scissors is a challenge, consider asking the teacher to pre-cut items for craft projects. Some suggestions such as using pictures or reviewing key vocabulary words before the lesson begins can help everyone follow along.