ADD, Attention Deficit Disorder, is used to describe kids who can’t sit still, focus or follow directions, are easily distracted, seem bored and cannot get or stay organized. The good news is – for the majority, none of this is about a deficit – or a disorder.
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If you have a visual learner, when they’re at home you see this child who is bright, dynamic, exciting. When they get into the classroom and they start school, you might start to notice some areas where they’re struggling or there are some challenges. What can you do to help?
Going back to school is such an exciting time. Like it or not, it symbolizes the end of summer and serves as a reminder that the kids are getting older and growing up. I have found a few great ideas for making the transition back to school just a little easier for both you and the kids.
Going back to school can be a source of anxiousness for both you and your visual learner. I have 3 ways for you to help your child have a smooth transition back into a new classroom and new teacher and ease the tension you are both feeling.