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.
Now that you’ve read in depth about what each side of the brain does well and taken the quiz to figure out which side of the brain is driving your child, let me give you a reference guide to help you keep their strengths in mind in your daily lives.
As 2019 comes to an end, I have compiled a list of our most important posts of the year. Our visual, right-brain thinkers have amazing talents and adapting the way we talk to them and reinforce their learning can make such a difference in their self esteem and success in life.
When faced with an extended period of time off school, it’s exciting to be free from schedules and homework. Fear strikes when you realize no school means no routines and nothing for the kids to do all day. But have no fear! There are ways to make your time off fun, maybe even fruitful. You could even get a bit of mom time in!
It’s teacher appreciation week and we at BetteFetter.com want to salute all of the educators and parents as educators working tirelessly to make the lives of our society’s most precious asset even better. As a little token of our appreciation, we have put our whole Teachers Pay Teachers site on sale…
As parents and grandparents, we want to provide our children the best start to their lives as possible. When your child is struggling at school, you want to find an answer to how to help them succeed. In my book, Being Visual, I talk about the importance of understanding each child’s learning style and how it affects the school experience.