GIVEAWAY: Learning Success Educational Program

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Now that our kids have settled into the school year, they might already be starting to show signs of trouble academically. If this is the case it would be a good idea to perhaps start looking into ways you can help your struggling student. That’s where Learning Success comes in.

Learning Success

Learning Success is an educational program that helps to develop fundamental learning skills in any child. It teaches those small skills we never really think about, but when put together they make up our learning skills. If there is a learning problem, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, or ADD/ADHD the program will identify the problems and provide training in the skills necessary to overcome those problems.

I’ve been signed up for the learning success program for about a week and a half now and I have to say I really like the simple way they start out. It allows for the student to work up to a higher level and duration of learning over time while practicing to do a little learning each day, building up their attention span gradually.

Each new daily exercise (which conveniently gets sent right to your inbox) comes with a complete set of instructions and worksheet to print off. It’s recommended that you get some sheet protectors to put each worksheet into so you can use them over and over again. You can do as much or as little of each daily exercise as you think your child can handle without overwhelming them. The last thing you want to do is push them too far so they don’t get a bad feeling about learning. Some of the tips I’ve been sent so far have been really helpful, not only for the exercises for the program but also for when I’m helping my kids with their homework.

After nine days of exercises they send you a schedule that you can use to work either five full days a week or just half days and still cover everything you need to cover without overwhelming your child. With each lesson and in between they also provide you with handy tips and tricks for helping your child to be very successful at each task and beyond.

I did a few of the exercises with my oldest son and I have to say I am impressed. Even my 3 year old got involved and I was impressed with how well they did. The exercises really got their attention and seemed eager to continue. I can see how they would be beneficial to those struggling and also to those students who could just use a little extra help. I’ll be continuing on with these exercises with my boys who I think could really benefit from the program.

Learning Success

Does your child have a learning disability? Do they just simply struggle with learning in general? This might just be the perfect program for you and your child.

One lucky 3 Boys and A Dog reader is going to win access to a full year of the course (ARV $564)!

REQUIRED:  Does your child suffer from a learning disability? If not do you know someone who does or could your child benefit from learning skill development? 

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CONTEST ENDS: at Midnight CST on November 12th

OPEN TO: USA & Canada

*DISCLAIMER: I was given full access to the program to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own*

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  1. andie says

    Not now, but as a baby, she had extreme olic, 18-20hrs a day. Because of this, her development was very slow in the first year and consequently she was referred to the Infant Development Department. When the colic stopped, she caught up quickly and was discharged by 2 years. She’s been a straight “A” student since kindergarten.

  2. Tara Gauthier says

    yes my son has add, anxiety disorder and developmental coordination disorder with sensory processing issues.

  3. Christy says

    I had development issues as a child. Always had a very hard time dealing with writing and math. I have been informed by the doctor since I’m a cancer survivor the my new baby boy that is due in July May have even more learning problems then I did. I’m scared to think about what the future may hold for my son. I would very much like to know how to make myself applicable for this contest besides already signing up for the news letter?