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Summer Time activities for Children

As a mother of two, I realize summer is a challenging time for parents and planning for the summer activities for kids can be overwhelming. The last two years of COVID limited the traditional summertime activities such as sleepovers, visiting the library, setting up a lemonade stand, visiting a children’s museum, swimming at the community […]


What is SOI-IPP? How Children learn in School?

How do children learn in school?   Learning is dependent on more than just the teacher and the curriculum, but the student and his or her ability to learn.   Through this blog, I want to talk about the SOI-IPP program, that I have been using in my practice for over 10 years.    SOI-IPP […]


How to spot Dyscalculia?

How to spot Dyscalculia?   Learning Disability Symptoms   Let’s be real, Math is a difficult subject for many students but with regular practice, some students get the hang of it. However, what happens when even practicing math can’t help a child grasp the concept of math? What do we call this learning difficulty? We […]


Math Anxiety v/s Dyscalculia.

Math anxiety v/s Dyscalculia   Learning Disabilities Types Let’s be honest, math is hard for many students. But for others, it can be more than just difficult. As students begin to learn math in school, they are often overwhelmed and nervous about the subject, especially during their first math exam, but after they have learned […]


5 Tips For Developing Student’s Executive Functioning Skills

Perceptual-Motor skills   Motor Skill Development   Perceptual motor skills are movement skills that are vital to the development, learning and growth of children. It is the ability of a child to use their senses and their motor skills in conjunction with their environment to interact with it.  For example, In order for a baby […]


Does Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Co-exist?

Does dyslexia and dyscalculia co-exist?   Treatment For Dyscalculia and dyslexia. Before we get into the nitty gritty of finding out whether Dyslexia and Dyscalculia co- exist, let’s brief up on what Dyslexia and Dyscalculia really are. Dyslexia is formally known as  a learning disorder that affects a child’s ability to read, write, speak and […]