So much homework is given to students, and it takes children who have learning differences so much longer to complete it, that there is not enough time for a child to develop other strengths through extracurricular activities. Even if one particular strength is not being developed, activities other than academics are necessary in the development of a well-balanced child. Unfortunately, there often is not enough time for a child with learning differences to both complete homework and participate in extracurricular interests. Engaging in activities besides homework can be the key to a well-rounded and enriched life. When thinking about accommodations for your child, remember that spending all afternoon and evening on homework is not necessarily an appropriate use of time.
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