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Despite making headlines for decades, Dyslexia remains a highly misunderstood learning challenge. When their sons can't read, many parents worry: Is it dyslexia? Maybe. But maybe not. Complicating matters further, many teachers and education administrators are highly reluctant to diagnose...
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The Epoch Times recently reviewed Great Battles for Boys: The American Revolution. Their conclusion? "This book will help create an appreciation for those who fought for American independence (the known and the unknown soldier) at the end of the 18th...
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Now more than ever, ADHD plaques many young boys. The world is increasingly connected and the potential for sensory overload expands daily. When I was teaching history, I saw abundant attention issues, even if the boy wasn't diagnosed as ADHD....
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Some criticism gets thrown at "Great Battles for Boys" because the title specifies “for boys.” Does the title mean girls shouldn’t read about military history? Or these books aren’t “allowed” for girls? Definitely not! This series is written for any...
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