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Learning Disabilities Articles for Help with Kids by Susan Kramer

Contents

1. What Is Dysgraphia?
2. Dyslexia Information and Help
3. Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Symptoms
4.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Explained
5. Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Managing Anger
6. What Is Childhood Disintegrative Disorder  - CDD?
7.
Hyperlexia Information
8. Asperger's Disorder Information
9. TSC and Learning Disabilities
10.
Living Harmoniously with Learning Disabilities
11. Cooperation and Learning Disabilities
12. Overcoming Stress
13. Dividing Time Between Your Kids
14. Helping Kids with Challenges Make Friends
15. Learning Difficulties or Disabilities?
16. Making Transitions and Learning Disabilities
17. Helping Kids Find New Solutions
18. Back to School Dress When Challenged
19. Showing Courage and Learning Disabilities
20. Teach Kids to Stay Close to Home
21. Feeling Fear and Learning Disabilities
22. Kids Learn Trustworthiness
23. Multitasking Ideas
24. Laziness or Learning Disabilities?
25. Helping Kids Reach Their Goals
26. Family Roundtable Discussions with Kids
27. Materialism Issues
28. Illness or Accident Leading to a Challenge
29. Vocational or Academics for Challenged Teens?
30. Expectations and Relating
31. Nurturing Kids of All Abilities
32. Our Roles in the Eyes of Society
33.
Developing Self-Esteem
34. Changing Goals and Learning Disabilities
35. Shopping Trips Can Be Educational
36. Achievement with Learning Disabilities
37. Resolving Conflicts and Learning Disabilities
38. Teaching Kids Order and Organization
39. Family Life with Learning Disabilities
40. Backyard Motor Skills Games
41. Truancy and Learning Disabilities
42. Kids Learn About Playing Fairly
43. Looking for Equitable Resolves
44. Aerobic Activities for Stress Relief in School
45. Acceptance, Abundance and Learning Disabilities
46. Kids Learn About Sharing


46. Kids Learn About Sharing


Most kids with disabilities can learn something about sharing from the examples of others sharing with them.

Living in society means sharing what we have and earn in so many ways, and it means others share with us, too.

Here is a way to practice what sharing is like: First lie on your back and completely relax your body. Then breathe evenly in and out and close your eyes.

Imagine that you are having a festival at school. All the kids are going to be contributing prizes for the games to be played.

Think about something you have that is in good condition that you can contribute for a prize. It should be something you enjoy so you know for sure that some other kid will be glad to win it.

At the same time, remember that you will have a chance to win a prize too. So in this way, all the kids are sharing what they have with each other.

Think to yourself how it feels to share and win in return. Does it feel good to be in the circle of sharing?

One of the benefits is that you will have something new to you to play with and enjoy that you didn't have before, and so will the child that ends up winning your gift.

Now, open your eyes and stretch out, remembering that in this practice game sharing felt good.

In summary, it is through sharing back and forth, we come to realize that our family and community are part of one big worldwide family, sharing with each other many times throughout the day in so many ways.

Article by Susan Kramer


Resources for parents, teachers and homeschooling families:

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Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids

Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids
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Rhythms and Dances for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Rhythms and Dances for Toddlers and Preschoolers
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Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons

Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons
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Susan Kramer has worked as a dance specialist with kids and adults of all abilities for more than 30 years,
and lives with her husband in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Click autobiography for details.
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