January and February have been busy over here at bettefetter.com as I’m sure they have been for you as well. We have discussed some tips and great books for reluctant readers, what a 504 plan can do for your visual learner, how to appreciate the scattered visual learner, and so much more!
I cannot stress enough how important it is for our schools to integrate art into the curriculum. It can have such an impact on all facets of a child’s school experience. I found this great article from eSchool News on some great ways for schools to have a successful STEAM program.
You know who I’m talking about. It’s those kids that can’t seem to sit still. They can’t quiet themselves. There’s always a bit of chaos around them.
There is no language in the school system for visual learners. However, if your child is unfocused, distracted, struggling academically, and diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, help is available in the form of a 504 learning plan.
Whether you experience below freezing temperatures during the winter or not, we have found some great ideas for investigating “snow” and “ice” this month. We also threw in some other ideas for indoor fun and activities to celebrate some of the special events happening in the next few weeks.
There are 5 places in your home that need to be organized to empower your child to feel successful in her life. Not only will they feel successful but you will have more time to spend with them doing the fun stuff.
Are you having trouble getting your boy interested in reading? The key is to find a subject that interests them and run with it. And it doesn’t really matter what they are reading as long as they are continuing to practice reading.
I have gathered an assortment of fun activities to keep your kids busy. There are activities you can do in the house and activities that are out of the house. And within each category, there are things kids can do independently and things to do as a family. Get the Rainy Day Survival Guide for FREE!