When you child enters elementary school they will experience more sitting still, left brain, language oriented learning and much less hands on learning. This can be challenging for visual learners because they still need things to be visual and hands on. We want to help you help your child operate successfully in the classroom and have designed these activities with your visual learner in mind. Each activity is written to help make learning more visual.
The preschool years are ripe with opportunity to discover the world and prepare children as learners. Along with building certain physical skills, like the pincher grasp used in writing, children also need ways to develop their sequencing abilities, focus and concentration skills. Here are some visual learning activities that are easy to implement at home and in the classroom for your preschool kid.