empower children to learn
Not all children learn the same way. Our left-brain dominant kids are comfortable in the world of language. Our right-brain dominant kids thrive in the world of images. For these students, no seeing means no thinking. No thinking means no learning. Visual art training helps them develop the visual skills that are essential to their learning.
Do you find yourself crying, throwing temper tantrums, name calling, finger tapping, sighing deeply or giving the stink eye when helping with homework?Listen in to episode 31 of Living Life as a Visual Thinker to get some great ideas to become a homework hero.
The school year is off and running and you have probably gotten into a routine with homework, reading, chores, etc. But if you’ve noticed your child getting a little tired of school already, it’s not too late to download my free eBook and get the ten ways to make learning fun again.
ADD, Attention Deficit Disorder, is used to describe kids who can’t sit still, focus or follow directions, are easily distracted, seem bored and cannot get or stay organized. The good news is – for the majority, none of this is about a deficit – or a disorder.