Back to school shopping can be so much fun but also so overwhelming! From backpacks to markers, we have found some great school supplies that will make getting back to school less of a shock for our visual learners and allow them to express their creative side.
The best part of back to school time for me as a mom was seeing my kids so excited about school. As a family, we supported their excitement with visits to the school and their new classroom. We walked around the playground, met their teacher before school started, and attended open houses and back to school events.
LOOK OUT BELOW — the knowledge may be falling out of your kids’ brains like coconuts from this palm tree! Summer vacation is coming to an end but it’s not too late to help keep the kids’ brains active and learning. Drawing is a great way to have fun and learn at the same time.
Writing requires visual learners to translate their rich multi-dimensional images into words and get them on paper. But they often lack the sequencing skills needed to separate and to organize their thoughts. They can also struggle to create context, use comparisons and provide supporting detail because they’re used to the immediacy and holistic nature of visual thinking. Fortunately, I have lots of ways to help you help your visual learners feel more successful at writing.