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Being dyslexic and being labelled a moron

Twitter debates can be brutal. I’ve fallen into the trap myself where instead of rational debate a comment can be simply dismissed as moronic or an individual as stupid. 704 more words


Learning difficulties... 'What? You mean - someone can assess you for this sort of thing?!'

Up until just a few years ago, I wasn’t aware of the term ‘Specific Learning Difficulties‘ or what it meant. I’d heard of… 718 more words

Math And Me


I can’t remember why I started this particular blog site, or why I’m keeping it open, but just decided to add a post here to see if anyone clicks on it. ¬† 257 more words

50 Shades

Homework and the joys of "new" maths.

Do you know what the best part of mid term is?
No, definitely not Halloween.

What bliss.
It is now after 3pm and I am not doing homework. 674 more words


tric reblogged this on My thoughts on a page. and commented:

Life is getting in the way of blogging this weekend, so here is an old one I think many of you will empathise with and enjoy.

Viscount Rupert Blocky Serial

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After having the coffee Peter repositioned the hands noting the rings on each hand and in a few minutes the completed hands were in position just the final shading to be applied. 527 more words


O - Oh what a story. Overcoming dyslexia

When my oldest daughter was born I would tell her alphabet stories. I was inspired by Graeme Base’s illustrated book¬† Animalia.

As she started school the teachers worried that she wasn’t learning as fast as she should. 674 more words