You may have one student in your home classroom or several, one learning style or more; but once you have an understanding of how your children think and learn, you can adapt or adopt teaching techniques that will make it work for everyone.
Winter is notorious for being gray and dull. Liven up your shorter winter days with these fun and kid-friendly activities.
The Lego Movie is an entertaining, highly creative commentary on the struggle between the Left and Right side of us – complete with an evil villain who wants order at any cost and a wild and crazy group of right brain creative types!
Chances are, your kids had more than enough stuff before the holidays – and now, after the holidays, they have way more than enough. Now it’s time to put things in order.
I have created some adorable labels for you or your child to put on her drawers so she can easily keep her clothes organized and maybe even help put away her own laundry. Organization is essential for right-brain dominant thinkers that struggle with internal order.
Join me as I describe what it REALLY means to be a right-brain, visual thinker and how that affects kids in school.
Educators say there are three basic learning styles; visual, tactile, and auditory. Research shows that 80% of children are both primarily visual and tactile learners. These kids need to see, touch and do in order to learn effectively.