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2008-11-04
Name: Editor Do you feel activities and studies must be customised for dysgraphic children in a general school? How can schools take up such initiatives without making a child feel that he is not like others? How easy or difficult is it to spot a learning disability in a child?
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2008-11-04
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Name: Sushant
Subject:  dyslexia has hope
If some efforts are taken dysgraphic children can improve their writing and spelling skills. Some hand exercises are useful to improve the grip. There are many accessories available in the market used have a proper grip while holding pen or pencil. Such children require extra attention and care. But regular practice is also essential. It is not necessary that shouting and yelling at children will improve their skills. This will increase mental pressure on children and increase discourage. It is only love and care which helps in upbringing of such children.
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2008-11-04
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Name: Kunda
Subject:  encourage dyslexic children
Dysgraphic and dyslexic children need support from parents, teacher and society. Teachers play important role in the development of such children other than parents. Teachers should not avoid such children and try to help them in all possible ways. Children spend more time in school so it is the responsibility of teachers to encourage and support them. It is not necessary that children having learning disability cannot be a successful individual. Many famous people like Albert Einstein, Tom Cruise etc suffered from same learning disability called dyslexia.
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2008-11-04
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Name: Vanita
Subject:  Parent of dyslexic children
The parents of dysgraphic children should work hard for improving the skills of the child. They have to hope for the best and avoid spanking and yelling at their child. First of all parents should stop comparing their child with other children. Every child is gifted with some special quality or the other. The job of parents is to find this quality and try to polish it. Parents should not think that their child is lagging behind. Instead of this they should encourage and help their child to do better. After all parents is the most important support system of children.
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