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dyspraxia and art lessons

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yuckythingsonthefloor Tue 13-Sep-11 17:01:23

DS (7) was in floods this afternoon because his class (special school) made small human dummies today and because his bilateral coordination is so problematic, he said his was the worst in the class. Cue meltdown and gnashing of teeth.

Does anyone have any positive suggestions I could make to his teacher regarding a bit of extra support?

When is it a good time to tell a child that he's dyspraxic?

IndigoBell Tue 13-Sep-11 19:41:34

You should tell your child he's dyspraxic when he needs to know - so now seems like a perfect time smile

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