Imagine seeing your child eager to write. Wouldn’t it be great to see him enjoying the challenges of composition?
How thrilled would you be to see your child proudly turn in her book reports?
Well, it’s absolutely possible.
I recently taught a fourth grader whose writing didn’t reflect his thoughtful personality. His compositions were a jumble of misspelled words, run-on sentences, and off-topic musings.
But his latest paragraph? It was clear and accessible. Best of all, it sounded like him!
It’s inspiring. I want you to see what’s possible after a few hours of targeted instruction.
I want you to know that teaching writing to a child with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or ADHD doesn’t have to be such a struggle.
There’s no secret to it. Just like everything we share here, it’s a matter of taking small steps and giving kids the right supports.