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6 Teaching Tips for Kids with Mild Intellectual Disabilities

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1. Develop His Language Skills

Grab a copy of Harry Potter (or some other fun book) and read together with your kid. Get him engaged in the story by asking questions about the plot. ("What do you think will happen next? What would your Patronus be?") This bonding time will go a long way in developing your child's vocabulary, reading comprehension and speaking skills.