Visual learners typically have a hard time formulating their thoughts into words when it comes time to write about something they have just read. We have created this simple activity to help them figure out what they want to say by drawing a picture first and then writing.
Category: Writing Tips
This summer we’re going to keep it simple. While you’re busy enjoying summer, we’re going to share fun, easy to do activities for your kids to keep them at the top of their brain game. They did so much at school this year, we want to keep them in tip top shape and ready to school in the fall. To make it easy for you – we’re going to focus on three areas; reading, writing and drawing.
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Kids can lose up to 2 months of what they’ve already learned over the laid back days of summer. Don’t let your child fall behind. We have created an eBook full of fun and free ways to keep the learning alive without sacrificing the freedom that no school allows.
Visual people can feel a little bit of anxiety when it comes to writing assignments. Since visual learners operate out of the right side of their brains and the right side of the brain is all about pictures, using words to describe these pictures and organizing these words into a coherent body of writing can become a very cumbersome and laborious endeavor.