Have you hit a wall in teaching your special learner? Would you like some new strategies to make learning easier and more effective?
You know from your own experience that all kids do not learn the same way. Your first child might learn to read effortlessly. The next may struggle over each syllable and reach the end of a sentence exhausted. If you would like to have a stash of ideas to use to reach either learner, this will help!
Teaching Tips for Kids Who Learn Differently is a new e-book in my collection. I homeschooled four kids for over a dozen years, two with special needs. I have also written numerous books for homeschoolers and parents, such as Homeschooling the Challenging Child, Help for the Harried Homeschooler, Homeschool 101, and Life Skills for Kids.
Imagine using all learning pathways to reach your child's brain:
· Using the large arm muscles to form letters
· Isolating individual syllables with a unique viewer that blocks out surrounding, distracting type
· Exercising small motor skills by tracing letters in a salt box
· Jumping on a small trampoline while learning
You are not alone. Others have walked this path before and have learned strategies to teach their special learners. If you are worn out and frustrated by trying to teach your child using traditional methods, try something different
Teaching Tips for Kids Who Learn Differently presents ideas and strategies to help all learners achieve!