Creative Activities for Kids at Home
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Homeschooling is certainly not for the faint of heart. One way to make it more successful is to use the most effective techniques for each type of learner in your home. Listen in to episode 18 of Living life as a Visual Thinker as I give you some simple suggestions to do just that.
Visual thinkers have a lot of ideas happening all the time- but the ideas are pictures inside their head. Writing requires them to translate their images into words and get them on paper. A great way to help them translate those images into words is to have them start by drawing a picture.
I am so excited to be speaking at the Wisconsin Afterschool Association’s Annual conference this weekend. I will be doing three sessions related to the importance of afterschool programming and how we can use it to give creative outlets to our right-brain thinkers as well as expand the skill sets of left-brain thinkers in order to boost academic performance for all students.