We understand how frightening it can be to watch your intelligent child have difficulty writing a story or even a sentence!
Click on the image to listen to Susan introduce a longer video which explains why some children find it so difficult to prove how intelligent they are on pape.
Imagine your child, sitting in a classroom and being asked to write a story.
Immediately they start forming ideas and a wonderful story takes shape in their head.
They take pencil to paper and they start writing.
Then another idea comes into their head and they write a bit about that.
Then they think of another point that they should make…
By this stage their hand is sore from writing so they finish the story with ‘The End!’
They have put a lot of effort in and they feel that they have written a wonderful story. What they’ve actually produced is a disjointed story with no flow which ends abruptly.
If this was happening to us, how frustrated would we be? How often would we try to write a story before we would simply give up?
This is not down to a child being lazy or not wanting to write a story. They want to be able to prove how smart they are but they struggle to get what is in their head down on paper.
We understand how your child feels and how scary it can be for a parent to watch their child struggle.
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