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7 tips to set your child up for success this school year

7 tips to set your child up for success this school year

It is time to start preparing for the new school year. It is likely to be a bumpy start as teachers and students are acclimating to the “new normal” after last year’s unprecedented events. We put together 7 tips to help you start the year off successfully: 1.Buy...

Is this the most important summer of your child’s academic life?

Is this the most important summer of your child’s academic life?

Schools and parents should be assessing where their children are academically and emotionally this summer and providing any academic and emotional support that they think might be needed to get them ready for the fall. Pamela Davis-Kean, U of Michigan professor of...

Why just catch up when you can move ahead?

Why just catch up when you can move ahead?

Our children have experienced a substantial educational loss in this pandemic. The gap between those students who have moved forward and those whose progress was stifled is growing wider.  This is particularly true for students who require accommodations such as...

Beat Third Grade Retention with the Right Interventions

Beat Third Grade Retention with the Right Interventions

Third Grade Retention is a major issue in Florida.  This blog post is written specifically for Florida, but many of the points may be applicable elsewhere.  We understand the law quite well.  What differentiates 3D Learner from others is: Our primary focus is on...

Small changes make a big difference: Handling Meltdowns and Tantrums

Small changes make a big difference: Handling Meltdowns and Tantrums

Handling Meltdowns and Tantrums Given how smart visual learners can be, it might seem reasonable and natural to use speech, verbal cues, and discussion as the primary means to help your child process their behavior and its fallout. All too often, we just want to talk...

Small changes make a big difference: The visual schedule

Small changes make a big difference: The visual schedule

Why is it so stressful for your child to get ready for school or bedtime? Are you always late for things? We’ve experienced how frustrating it can be. Our children had little sense of time and, not coincidentally, had difficulty...

Sequencing and Patterning

Sequencing and Patterning

Does your child jump all over the place when telling a story? When given a particular task or activity, these students look to the end to figure out what the finished product should look like. They often proceed to do things in their own way. As students who learn...

Fun Fridays – Make your own pizza

Fun Fridays – Make your own pizza

Fun Friday - Make your own pizza. When the kids were little, one of our favorite family activities was "make your own pizza" night.⁠ Everyone loved it. We loved it because the kids would get involved with a household task (i.e., making dinner) without feeling like a...

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