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What are some strategies I can use to foster my child's working memory?

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What are some strategies I can use to foster my child's working memory?

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There are several activities you can do to improve a child's working memory. Researchers have found that using mnemonic devices can help students improve their memory skills. Below are some suggested resources:

Other articles suggest games to play that will encourage your child to use practice recall skills by actively remembering daily occurrences.

Lastly, it may be beneficial to find a support group in your area to see what works for others. There are several publications, organizations, and support groups that exist to help individuals, teachers, and families to understand and cope with learning disabilities – see LD OnLine's resource list to get started.

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