Being a right brain thinker comes with a lot of ideas and mental “noise” that can prevent our kids from getting things done both at home and at school. We need to teach them to quiet their minds and keep things organized both internally and externally in order for them to complete those tasks and feel a sense of calm.
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Going back to school can be the source of nervousness and anxiety for both you and your visual learner. I have great news! By using these three simple steps, you can ease the tension and help yourselves feel more comfortable with the new situation and in control of your child’s education.
Can you even imagine what it would be like to perform a task that you have never done before and be expected to excel at it?
Writing is a part of every aspect of your child’s education, but writing assignments can be difficult for our visual kids. They have lots of ideas but have a hard time organizing them. Follow the steps in this video to help your visual student learn to organize those brilliant ideas into an essay.
Let’s be honest, homework is not going away anytime soon. Whether you have a young visual learner just starting their school and homework journey or a seasoned visual learner, homework can be a source of tension in your house. Try these 9 simple ways to turn homework battles into homework wins today.