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Old 07-31-2019, 06:20 PM   #10
SewingGreenMama
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Default Re: Learning to Read Resources -- Share what you've used.

My 2nd DS has dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. We have been using Logic of English. This curriculum is wonderful. It has quite a learning curve, but so worth it. We just got his diagnosis, so I'm drafting an email to the company to ask for assistance with adjusting the curriculum for dysgraphia. This system is great, I've been able to use it to help my son with his speech struggles, etc. It's been wonderful. I'll come back and say more once I've heard back from the company.
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"Reflections like these lead one to spare the rod ... purely because it is not easy to find a punishment that does not defeat it's own ends." -Charlotte Mason Parents and Children pg. 171

"If punishment were necessarily reformative, and able to cure us all of those 'sins we have a mind to,' why, the world would be a very good world;" -Charlotte Mason, Parents and Children pg. 172

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