If you have a left-brain kid who’s nervous about doing art, Young Rembrandts classes are perfect for them. Young Rembrandts’ unique method helps kids gain great security and comfort doing art in several ways:
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Have you ever noticed that when your kids come home from school, they start off all smiles but quickly descend into yelling, crying, and even throwing things, seemingly out of the blue?
So, what’s the problem here?
In today’s fast-paced digital world, education has taken on a new dimension, with technology-based classrooms becoming the norm. However, as parents, you might wonder how you can best support your right-brain dominant child. The answer lies in integrating hands-on learning into their educational journey, both inside and outside the digital classroom. Let’s delve into the reasons behind this approach and provide practical tips on how you can foster a holistic learning experience for your child.
Going back to school can throw a curveball at our right-brain thinking champs. Sitting still and tuning in can feel like trying to leash a tornado, especially for those young explorers who learn best by seeing, touching, and doing. After-school enrichment programs are like the secret sauce for those kids who are missing out on some action-packed learning during the regular school hours. But here’s the million-dollar question: how do you pick the perfect activity for your kid?
As we embark on another exciting school year, it’s the perfect moment to nurture the essential bond between parents and teachers. I’d like to share some insights I’ve gained during my extensive years as a mother collaborating with educators. These valuable tips shed light on what teachers genuinely appreciate and require from your partnership.
As we gear up for the back-to-school hustle, I’ve got a few cool ideas to keep you sailing smoothly through this transition and rocking the organization game all year long.
The start of a new school year is filled with anticipation and possibilities. By approaching it with patience and planning, both students and parents can set themselves up for a successful and enjoyable academic journey. Here are some tips to make the most of the new school year:
For some children, math can be a challenging subject, especially when it comes to memorizing math facts. However, there are several ways to help right-brain kids brush up on their math facts before school starts.
For visual children who enjoy using their imagination, audiobooks can provide a calming focus and an enjoyable distraction, making it easier for them to relax and enjoy the ride.