With most of the children from third grade through high school taking standardized tests this Spring, I thought you might find these useful.
Are you worried that your child might have dyslexia? Does your child have terrible, illegible handwriting? Are you looking for some ways to advocate for your child at school? Are you having some reservations about the upcoming standardized testing? Do you need a few ideas for things to do with the kids? This past month we have given answers for all of these questions and more.
Supporting, enhancing and enriching your visual child’s experience at school comes down to you. In episode 4, I cover 5 Ways to Become a Powerful Parent Advocate, the essential steps to guide your visual child to success.
Join me as I describe what it REALLY means to be a right-brain, visual thinker and how that affects kids in school.
Children spend most of their days following different sets of rules designed to tell them how to think, how to act, what to do in any given situation. But they need time to explore things outside of those rules if they are to be successful in the future. They need to be able to think creatively.