I have been driven for many years, in all I do, to find ways to help children be more confident and successful. Writing Being Visual was a long, labor-intensive process, especially for me as a visual learner, but I truly believe that when we understand the way our visual kids think, can help them be more successful. When I hear from parents that have read and applied visual learning techniques, I am enormously grateful to be a part of this important conversation.
This is what one of our reader’s had to say:
“There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne
October is a fun time of year to engage with nature and the changing season. I have 12 activities that are fun for kids:
Playdough is not just for playing. Our grandson is learning about the solar system. But he’s not just hearing about it. And that my friends is what we call multi-sensory learning!
Brayden is now a kindergartner. Throughout his preschool years his Mom has provided organizational tools to help him manage responsibilities more independently. Lists and charts enable him to easily navigate and organize his room. When working with young children make the list visual!
The summer heat has lifted, and now is the perfect time to be outdoors exploring and learning with your family! Are you on the hunt for activities to do? I have made a fall activities and crafts board for kids on Pinterest. Take a look at some of my favorite pins!