First and second grade is the time that most children are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. But many of the same characteristics of visual learners are the same traits that point to an attention deficit. If you are in this situation, be open to all the possibilities for helping them be more successful in the classroom.
Hundreds of thousands, even millions of adults have gotten a taste of how good it feels to get in touch with their creative side by coloring, but what about our kids? They spend 6 or 8 hours a day in school focused on reading, writing and arithmetic. Add 1 to 3 hours of homework, maybe a little screen time and hopefully some physical activity. Eat. Sleep. Rinse and repeat. Where’s their coloring time? When do they get to create, play, build things, use their imaginations? Half of their brain is built to create, to think outside the box, but if it’s not happening at school when is it happening?
Last week while cruising through my Facebook feed I was stopped dead in my tracks. I’m not sure if it was because the video post was so ‘bright’ on a gloomy Sunday afternoon, or if was just so perfect, overwhelming, and joyful, no matter what the day, time or weather.
Everyone has a cause dear to them. Celebrate your cause with this simple how to draw video activity. Draw your ribbons and color them to support your cause! Watch and learn how fun and easy it is to draw with simple step by step instruction. If you like this short video, you’ll love Young Rembrandts […]
A friend of mine just told me about her son’s report card versus his PARCC test scores. He’s in seventh grade and after a slightly bumpy start to seventh grade, he’s adjusted well and the report card reflected that with 4 A’s and 3 B’s. However, his PARCC scores, from tests taken in the spring of sixth grade, were quite dismal in comparison.