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If your child’s a right-brain, visual thinker, they’re creative, spatial, non-linear and intuitive. In our test-heavy education system, however, these children may struggle. Applying these ten tips will make a noticeable difference in your child’s academic accomplishments.
Going back to school is such an exciting time. Like it or not, it symbolizes the end of summer and serves as a reminder that the kids are getting older and growing up. I have found a few great ideas for making the transition back to school just a little easier for both you and the kids.
Both children and parents enter a new school year full of expectation and many of those expectations will be met and great successes will abound. But sadly, back to school can be a source of great frustration for our visual students. Sitting still and listening can be hard, especially for kids that need to see, touch and do in order to learn effectively.