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  • Paragraph Writing

    Paragraph Writing: A Creative Way to Build Confidence

    The summertime is a wonderful time to help your child learn how to write sentences and paragraphs, which follow a logical sequence and include interesting details. Children typically need to be encouraged to write. Students who believe they have interesting ideas and can write well generally develop their written language skills at a faster rate. […]

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  • The Grammer Game

    The Grammar Game: Making Learning Fun

    Grammar game time can help students enjoy learning grammar concepts they will use throughout their journey to be educated. Short grammar games can help students master grammar concepts during the summer while they are having fun. Parents, when students, whether they are Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling, or average students are having fun learning they typically […]

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  • Summer Time Math Practice

    Summer Time + Math Practice = One Prepared Student

    Summertime is an ideal time to reinforce the past grade math concepts and pre-teach upcoming grade math concepts. Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling or average students can improve their math skills and be more prepared for the next school year by working on math during the summer. As children enjoy summer days, math skills can grow […]

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    How Do You Spell Success? Spelling Lessons Your Student Will Enjoy

    Here’s some great summertime news — Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, struggling or average children can learn to be better spellers during the summer months. Here’s how: Each week of the summer children should have a spelling list consisting of eight to twelve words. Make the word lists using phonetic rules such as the short vowels, ee, ea, […]

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  • Environmental Health Concerns for Kids

    Environmental Health Concerns for Kids

    Every parent wants their child to be healthy.  One of the biggest barriers to this today is the fact they are born on planet Earth.  We humans have polluted this planet to such an extent that every baby born today almost certainly has more than one thousand (more likely many thousands) man-made chemicals in its […]

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  • Finding the good in ADHD, Part 3: Resourcefulness

    Finding the good in ADHD, Part 3: Resourcefulness

    [Re-source-ful-ness, adj. looking at other student’s papers; asks lots of questions; blurts out answers before their called upon; impatiently takes matters into their own hands.]

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  • ADHD, Drugs, and If You Knew Then…

    ADHD, Drugs, and If You Knew Then…

    If you had it to do over again, would you still give ADHD drugs to your child? About half of parents (52 percent) felt strongly that they would, according to a July 2010 survey of the parents of almost a thousand kids by Consumer Reports Health. About half (44 percent) strongly wished that there was […]

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    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD, Hyperactivity Introduction to ADHD: Over-diagnosed? Under-diagnosed? Probably both – and certainly real. ADHD affects children’s school performance and their relationships with others. Parents who are wondering if their children have ADHD are often exhausted and frustrated. What is ADHD? ADHD is a problem with inattentiveness, over-activity, impulsivity, or some […]

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  • ADHD


    Dr. Greene, how long should a toddler be expected to pay attention to one thing? My 3-year-old just can’t sit still. Could he have ADHD?
    Kate – New York, New York

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