Visual learners typically have a hard time formulating their thoughts into words when it comes time to write about something they have just read. We have created this simple activity to help them figure out what they want to say by drawing a picture first and then writing.
We’ve been busy here at Bettefetter.com talking about reading comprehension this month. We even created a great activity to help your visual learner work on understanding what she is reading and improve handwriting as well. Don’t forget to check out some of the great Earth friendly activities to try with your kids this Spring too.
“How can we improve reading comprehension?” “How can I get my child to remember what they read… Not just read and forget?” Do these struggles sound familiar? You are not alone! Many of our readers have shared that their educational goals for their child this year includes upping the ante on reading comprehension. Why is it happening and how do you fix it?