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The Keeper of the Keys has an apprentice

There is an image from childhood in my head that I identify with. It is the silhouette of a custodian walking down the light-filled hall of my elementary school with a big, jangly bunch of keys on a ring at […]

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Effective Study Tips for Children with ADHD by Laura Rowlands, ADHD Coach

Clients and teachers often ask me for effective study tips that will help students with ADHD. The study tips included here will help students of all ages prepare More...

make homework routine

Erin King, of School Psychologist Files, was kind enough to invite me to write a guest post for her blog. She felt an article on completing homework with More...

“Handwriting Problem Solutions” gathers all solutions for kids with written output disorders in one place

One of our readers recently posted on our Facebook page about a book she had discovered called Handwriting Problem Solutions with a link to their website. Of course, More...

new ADHD/Learning Disabilities discoveries

I've been adding lots of links to the sidebar and new blogs to my blogroll as I discover them. It just occurred to me that you won't know More...

tools to set online limits for wimpy moms like me

I have struggled for a long time now with managing how much screen time Luke and Emma have. "When I have kids," I vowed "my kids will never More...

10 Tips to Tame the Homework Beast

Homework. If you're like me, just hearing the word causes your blood pressure to rise and your palms to get sweaty. Or at least that's how it was More...

weekly homework checklist for download

We have searched high and low over the last two school years for organizational tools to help Luke with school work and homework. Before 2nd grade last year, More...

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