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How to Help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child

How to Help Your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child   Final Cover (1)Would you like to win a book? Crimson Publishing are giving away 10 copies of their book How to Help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child.  

What can you do to help your child who has dyslexia or dyspraxia?  You are not alone. Author Sally McKeown explains each syndrome and draws on the experience of other parents to help you understand and support your child. Discover how to:

  • Build your child's confidence
  • Help with homework, without doing it
  • Improve coordination and motor skills through games and hobbies
  • Get support from your school
  • Use the right teaching method for your child

With handy tips and easy-to-apply advice, this guide gives you the tools you need to make life easier.
Share your top tip for helping a child with dyslexia, and enter a draw to win a copy of the book.  Send your tip to Bethan Head and include your own contact details in case you win!  Deadline 7th November.

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