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6 Strategies to Help Your Child with LD Succeed

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Work for Rewards

Ask your child to generate a list of all the fun activities he wants to do during summer vacation or the school year. Review the list together and decide which activities can be accomplished with "no strings attached."

The remaining activities can be used as rewards when he accomplishes a specific learning goal or task. You can turn this into a team strategy by making a list of your own personal goals, and working alongside your child to accomplish them.

Next: Work in Advance


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