While the typical family is enjoying a casual summer schedule, research shows that the typical student brain is also taking a summer break and forgetting up to 40% of the information learned during the school year.
Are you looking for a way to get information when screen time is not an option? With the increase in digital media opportunities, it is hard to sift through the content to find what you need. We have recently released our podcast.
Without some extra help, reading can become one more thing our visual kids struggle with at school – and it can become a big negative at home. Here are some tips to work on at home to help your child be a good reader.
For most kids, a big stack of books can seem intimidating, even dry, especially for visual learners. Visual kids thrive when they are actively involved in the learning process and it needs to include opportunities for them to be creative.
This month we shared some Fun and Easy Fall Activities, exciting news about my new Podcasts as well as many tips and tools for a visual kids to succeed in school. In case you missed it they are all here…