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What About Bar/Bat Mitzvah for the Dyslexic Child? by Alix Boyle

Whether or not your children or students are dyslexic, this post on the Yale site has valuable insights and ideas for our youth’s journey to becoming a bar or bat mitzvah.

Here’s some of what you’ll find in the full post on the link below:

“The lesson of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, for any child, is to succeed at something you work hard at…The Bar Mitzvah is an opportunity to stand up in front of the community, feel acceptance and a sense of accomplishment. That success translates into other areas of life, including schoolwork and sports.

“’Everyone learns very differently, some children have beautiful singing voices, some don’t. Some kids find Hebrew very difficult, others find it easy,’”….

For the full article, click on the following:

A Rite of Passage & Lessons on Learning Languages 

by Alix Boyle on The Yale Center for Dyslexia and & Creativity

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