When it comes to teaching our kids there are 7 primary learning styles:
Visual (Spatial) – These individuals learn best through pictures, images, and spatial understanding
Aural (Auditory)– These individuals learn best through sound and music
Verbal (Linguistic) – These individuals learn best through words, verbal and/or written
Physical (Kinesthetic) – These individuals learn best through experience and rely on the sense of touch
Logical (Mathematical)– These individuals learn best through logic and reasoning
Social (Interpersonal)– These individuals learn best through group interaction
Solitary (Intrapersonal) – These individuals learn best through self-study
Many kids learn from a blended style of learning but it is key for you to understand how your child learns best. Your child could fall behind because they could be in a classroom setting that does not effectively encompasses his or her learning style. That is also why it is critical to each day go over what your child has learned that day to make sure they are understanding it. Also, be sure to communicate to those who are in charge of teaching your child the learning style that your child learns best in.
Below is some great information from our parent organization BBV2M LLC that we believe every parent should be aware of. Just click on the pictures for more information.
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Hello I am Rhonda D. Brooks Co-Creator of The Wallaroos. Welcome to the Parents' Café. The Cafe' is designed just for the parents and care givers. Here you can read our news letter, explore various activities for your kids, get behavioral tips, download pamphlets and other great information. So welcome aboard. You can also contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Autumn is not only pumpkins, leaves falling, and sweater weather but it is also little goblins and gouls knocking on doors for sweet treats. Halloween is right around the corner which means the smell of candy is in every grocery store aisle as well as spooky decorations. If your little ones are anything like me then they have a major sweet tooth. This Halloween does not have to mean a trip to the dentist because the little ones ate one too many pieces of candy, there are some healthier and creative alternative ways to limit the candy but still enjoy the something yummy and sweet the whole family can enjoy!
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So summer is over and school is back in session the first few weeks can be exciting and scary. I share a few helpful tips and tricks I used in my classroom. 📚🖍✏️
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