You may have read the phrase phonological processing in an assessment report on your own or your child's reading...
Do you feel anxious at school report time? Here are some practical steps to deal with your child’s results and prevent future “report shock”.
Although your baby might not understand you yet, the way you speak to them in their first year can make a difference later on.
You’ve heard the story: the left hemisphere of your brain is logical, analytical and detail oriented; the right hemisphere is where creativity and intuition spring from. This “pop-psychology” view of the right and left hemispheres has made quite an impact on popular culture – there were books written instructing individuals on how to “draw with the […]
Without a doubt, talking to your child is essential for building their language skills. The more they hear and use words in conversation, the more practice they get at phonemic awareness, auditory processing and sentence structure. Parents should talk to their children often and about a variety of topics. But is just talking enough to build […]
Without strong language skills, children will struggle in school and in life. Literacy (reading, writing and spelling) is the foundation for learning – and the path to success – for students.