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I am so proud of my daughter, “A”! She wrote 110 Valentines on her own!! She did not even wine or complain that it hurts!! We have come a long way with her handwriting, thank you to Dianne Craft and her Writing Eights exercises and the video, “Smart Kids Who Hate To Write.”
My son I have been doing the writing 8 with him for a just couple weeks. His stuttering has gone down a lot and he state qualified in speech today! I am so proud and thankful I was told about this!
I want to share a win! I started using these methods with my daughter in March (age 6 at the time, 7 now). Today I assigned a simple report on an animal as part of her geography studies on grasslands. If I had assigned this in the Spring it would have resulted in tears, even if I had only asked for a single sentence and spelled each word for her as she went. Today she wrote three sentences on her own quite happily and has gained so much confidence! I can’t express how incredibly grateful I am for this program!
We started in November of last year. Prior to BIT he HATED reading and had never read a chapter book on his own.In January alone he read 9 chapter books in a series and is currently in book 11!!! He BEGS to read them…takes them on car rides..,reads before bedtime and even when he should be sleeping!!!! I believe BIT and omega3 helped him the most. He is also back to writing stories…page after page off the top of his head!! His reading is becoming so much more fluent and he is not skipping lines like he used to so I know the exercises have helped strengthen his eyes as well. Very thankful for this system and support. -Tamara
We started using your Brain Integration Manual and other materials around four years ago. I can not begin to tell you how greatful I am for your work and that I was able to find you. It has helped my daughter tremendously and has helped me to understand what is going on with her rather than being frustrated with her behavior and my inability to teach her effectively.
Michael actually asked to do reading today! Epic moment! Thank you Dianne Craft for your right brain phonics reading program. I think I’m going to cry!
Quick update – it has only been 4 days of Nathan taking the L-orotate. I am completely amazed. His verbal skills, syntax, length of sentences, even the everyday slang that kids use (I am now correcting him on what is proper to say!!) has improved greatly. – Nancy
We started this program in September. Last night I caught my son in bed past bed time WITH A FLASHLIGHT READING A BOOK!!! He has never been an independent reader before and would have done anything to avoid reading. Thank you!
I am so excited! I actually cried those happy “BIT works yeah” kinda tears today! C showed me her English school exercise today. Not only was it very well written as in graphically very legible but it was well thought through and it was ON PAPER! She has some spelling mistakes, yes but she wrote a whole page in school without my help out of her own head. WOW, just WOW and Thank you
Dianne so so so so much. I can’t even express my feelings adequately. This is from a girl who would last year around the same time barely write half a page never mind two years ago have just the title, saying: “Mom I did mot know what to write. ”
I met you at the HEAV convention last year. Thank you for making sense of my struggle in teaching my daughter! She is presently in fourth grade, but I realized from you that she was stuck at about a 1.5 grade level. She is now (after 7 months with the “Right Brain Phonics”)reading at about a third grade level. We still have a ways to go, but I was thrilled at how quickly she has been moving up. In her “free time” I have spied her picking up Dr. Seuss books and reading them to the cat…reading with confidence! – Beth