Living Life as a Visual Thinker talks about what it REALLY means to be a visual thinker. Understand your strengths and weaknesses. Understand your child. You’ll find out why they’re struggling and what you can do to help. Start with These 5 Episodes
Halloween is a great time for your visual learner’s creative side to shine. Building a costume is the perfect opportunity for them to showcase their out of the box thinking. With a few items from around the house and a couple more from the store, the possibilities are endless for what they can come up with.
School has been in session for a bit now which means it is time for parent teacher conferences. If you’re new to this school thing or maybe you just have a new dedication to school – here’s a few things that I’ve learned from my many years as a mom and partnering with teachers about what teachers really need from you.
You need to approach parent-teacher conferences with a positive mindset. They’re such a valuable time to get to know what’s happening in the classroom and how your child’s doing. Visual kids are intelligent and creative, but often disorganized and distracted, which can make for some hard times in the classroom. Whatever you’re anticipating good or bad, schedule a time to go visit with teacher.
Getting good grades is important for kids, parents and educators. Young Rembrandts programs increase a child’s academic performance by supplementing & improving on many of their core learning skills. Visual literacy is a major component of this – the ability to interpret, negotiate and make meaning from information presented visually or from a picture.
I’m a huge fan of creative play, inside and outside the house. When you head to Disneyland – all the creating has been done for you. You walk around seeing what other people imagined. But when you give kids the time, place and encouragement for unstructured play, their brains have to do the work. They climb trees, build forts, imagine new worlds, and spend hours and hours discovering new parts of themselves.