01 Jul

learning disabilities: type 2

The three categories of learning disabilities in children were discussed in the previous article.

The initial group was elaborated upon; thus, for further insights on this topic, we advise referencing the prior post titled "Learning Disabilities: Type 1."

The second group comprises children who struggle to distinguish words due to their visual similarities.

Young learners may find words such as "b and d" or "p and q" perplexing during their English language acquisition.

Write Right has crafted a specialized approach for addressing these particular letters, denoted as "struggling letters."

Our educational methodology is designed to cater to these specific challenges, with an emphasis on addressing these letters and associated issues within the physical activity packages.

It is paramount to recognize the pivotal role of education in shaping children's futures and nurturing their potential.

Addressing these challenges is crucial, especially considering the potential emotional impact on children.

Issues faced while acquiring English as a second language can lead to a lack of confidence and motivation and feelings of insecurity and shame compared to their peers.

Through the innovative methodologies of Write Right, children engage in interactive, game-like activities that effectively address their individual learning hurdles.