It's not all about looking at the skills. Look at your child's emotions.
If your child is struggling (even just a bit) in school and you notice that they are anxious about school and learning -- don't let others tell you it's nothing.
This could be a sign that your child is silently struggling with their way of learning and they need to understand how they learn.
Kids that learn differently are smart -- they can survive but this is not thriving.
I want kids to thrive.
When kids survive they make decisions based on this -- based on what they can't do. And to them that's learning...that's school. And that's simply NOT true. They can learn and they are SO capable!
I survived -- but your child doesn't have to.
Watch your child. What are they telling you in their actions? Are they sad? Angry? Frustrated? Their behaviour is telling your something.
WE all want to read, write and use numbers in a way that makes us feel that we can take on the world. But if we feel we can't do this our self esteem drops -- hard.
If you see this -- ask your child how they feel about their abilities to read and write.
Let them know you will help them figure out how they learn.
Because they can learn.
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