To stop the summer math drain, it’s important that our visual learners stay fluent on basic math facts and operations. Take a look at your child’s school papers, so you know what they’ve been working on and what they need to practice.
Apps are a great way to get your visual learners engaged in subjects that can be a little challenging at school. Many of these apps are designed to help them think creatively and innovate, skills in which they excel.
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.