We all wonder what the year will be like for our kids when they transition from one grade level to another. This great article from Scholastic gives some insight on what to expect in second grade! What’s It Like in Second Grade
Whether winter brings severe storms, light dustings or just cold temperatures, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some valuable tips on how to keep your children safe and warm. Click the picture below to learn more!
The Michelle P. Waiver is a home- and community-based waiver program of the Kentucky Medicaid program developed as an alternative to institutional care for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. The waiver allows individuals to remain in their homes with services and supports. Learn more here: Michelle P Waiver
According to www.understood.org, “Dyslexia is a disorder that inhibits the process of learning to read with fluency and lucidity. Dyslexia is believed to affect between 5 to 10 percent of the world’s population, although there is a lack of conclusive evidence in this regard. Dyslexia as a disorder basically makes it difficult for a child to read and find way through Math problems. An easy way to understand dyslexia would…
How does executive function affect your child in the classroom? While it isn’t a commonly known term, it may be having a big effect on your child’s success, both in the classroom and at home. What Are Executive Function Skills?
Did you know that nearly 6.4 million children have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? ADD and ADHD are one of the most commonly diagnosed disabilities in children in the US. Click the link below to learn more! Learn More About ADD/ADHD
Kindergarten isn’t what it used to be! Is your child ready? Helping them learn these reading readiness skills before they start Kindergarten will help ensure they “hit the ground running” when the time comes. Reading Readiness for Kindergarten
What Are Emotional and Behavioral Disorders?
Number Sense is one of the most important tools you can give your young child. Think about this…math is essentially a series of building blocks being stacked on top of one another. Without those first blocks to use as a foundation, the rest of the blocks will never be steady or secure. Number sense is what those first blocks are made of. It’s easy to incorporate number sense into everyday…
Click the link below to learn more about: The Importance of Routines for Children with Special Needs