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Visual learners occasionally need special attention when it comes to learning techniques. As with all children, learning to read is simply an exercise in following proven formulas for success. However, visual learners in particular need to follow a process when it...
Great writing skills start right at home. Sometimes, the simple items that you have sitting around the house are all you need to begin building learning skills that last a lifetime. NoTimeForFlashcards.com founder Allison McDonald came up with this quick and easy reading activity for kids that teaches basic rhyme – while also providing a fun time! Check out these simple steps below.
As educators, one of our biggest challenges is to pique the interest of students that become disinterested. Much like a “choose your own adventure” book, there are an endless amount of options to get you to (what you hope is) your end goal.
According to a 2013 PBS Learning study, the usage of technology in the classroom is at a higher level than ever before. Teachers from Pre-K through Grade 12 were polled in a natural survey that inquired about the technology practices in their respective classrooms.
With Fall in full swing, the colors of the season are everywhere we look. Vibrant reds, majestic yellows, rustic browns, and the oranges that adorn everyone’s favorite pumpkins. The traditional autumnal hues are quite easy on the eyes, but what if you’re looking for something that’s a bit different? Jade Harrington of iLovetoCreate.com came up with this eye-popping Halloween activities for kids, that your little ones will absolute love creating. Scroll down further to learn how to make your own glow in the dark pumpkins for a truly colorful Halloween!
Anyone who has set foot in a classroom would support the adage, “children should be seen and not heard.”
However, research is conclusive that in order for children to become readers at the desired reading level, children should both listen and talk – a lot. It turns out that in just the first year of life, children already know a lot about talking and listening in their native language. One-year-olds can recognize a variety of speech sounds, and they know which sounds make the words that are important to them.
Picking apart language is much like picking apart the building blocks of life. Scientists have molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles. In the same way, linguists have sentences, words and syllables.
All students learn in different ways. We are all familiar with ‘visual learners,’ and ‘auditory learners.’ However, when it comes to ESL learning styles, often programs ignore the different ways in which children learn. Instead, children are lumped together into one ESL program and are expected to keep pace with one another.
Autistic children need special attention when it comes to learning techniques. As with all children, learning to read is simply an exercise in following proven formulas for success. However, autistic children in particular need to follow process when it comes to learning.
If you are a parent struggling to teach your child to read, you’ve found the right place. Often, parents feel as though they are doing all they can to enhance the learning experience, when in fact they are missing pieces of important scientific learning methods with years of research behind them.