This 22-volume series focuses on the learning abilities and disabilities of children and how parents and teachers can help them. Developmental-behavioral pediatrician Dr. Mel Levine and other experts guide parents and teachers through the mind of a child and how it reacts to receiving information in and outside of school. Step-by-step instruction on what to look for when a child may have a learning disability is one of the main topics studied along with sections on attention, memory, language, and neuromotor skills. Also included in the set are 18 accompanying print guides that provide in-depth information on the relationship between learning and key brain functions.
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