Is flipping “b” and “d” a sign of dyslexia?

Is flipping “b” and “d” a sign of dyslexia?

Blog << Back to blog feed Is flipping “b” and “d” a sign of dyslexia? If you’ve seen your child flip her “b” and “d”, you’ve probably worried that it’s a sign of dyslexia or future reading issues. This common notion has been popular for decades, but is it...
Why is there a K on my son’s report card?

Why is there a K on my son’s report card?

Blog << Back to blog feed Why is there a K on my son’s report card? Recently my son brought home his school report card. I only really had one question: was he reading at grade level? But the report card didn’t give me a simple answer. Instead, it read like a...
The Myth of the Late Bloomer

The Myth of the Late Bloomer

Blog << Back to blog feed The Myth of the Late Bloomer: The big mistake half of parents make when their children show signs of reading struggles Most of the time, we hate waiting. Waiting for mail to arrive. Waiting in line at the airport. Waiting to get back...
Funding and support for your struggling reader

Funding and support for your struggling reader

Blog << Back to blog feed Funding and support for your struggling reader in the US Your child’s school will inevitably play a critical role in helping your child to read. And – thanks to US programs, laws, and funding structures – there are good...
The Early Warning Signs of Reading Difficulty

The Early Warning Signs of Reading Difficulty

Blog << Back to blog feed The Early Warning Signs of Reading Difficulty When I dropped my son off for his first day of kindergarten, I had one hope above all others: that my son would learn to read and come to love reading. Most parents and most teachers share...

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