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.
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There are several different learning styles, and each has a direct impact on how your child learns, processes information, and their level of success in the classroom. Bette Fetter, author of ‘Being Visual’, has developed a FREE ebook to help your visual kid be successful in the classroom this school year.
We’ve spent the last 4 weeks counting down to the start of the school year with academic activities for our visual learners. This last week of the countdown, we want to focus on preparation and organization to fill our visual learners’ need for order and visual clues as they get ready for school.
You’re helping your child get ready for a new classroom and a new teacher, you may be wondering what else you can do to prepare him or her for a successful school year. There are several different learning styles, and each has a direct impact on how your child learns, processes information, and their level of success in the classroom. 10 Tips To A Successful School Year gives you the best tips to make homework and learning easier for everyone especially the visual learner and makes it easy for you to stay ahead of the curve and keep your child on top.
The new school year brings with it more structure, busy schedules, a multitude of events and activities, and of course homework, dreaded homework. When the kids go back to school, it means we all go back to school. Like it or not, you need to adjust just about everything you did over summer, for your kids to get what they need for school. It’s all for the best and there’s a big payoff, especially for visual kids and parents.
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.
It’s a busy time of year. It’s time to go back to school. This month we talked about a few different things that you can do to get your kids ready for the transition back to the school routine. From finding the right extracurricular activity to appreciating how your child wins with art to understanding your own thinking as a visual thinker, we have lots of information for you.
Going back to school is such an exciting time. Like it or not, it symbolizes the end of summer and serves as a reminder that the kids are getting older and growing up. I have found a few great ideas for making the transition back to school just a little easier for both you and the kids.
Going back to school can be a source of anxiousness for both you and your visual learner. I have 3 ways for you to help your child have a smooth transition back into a new classroom and new teacher and ease the tension you are both feeling.