The Strengths of Children with Down Syndrome & How They Learn Best
While children with Down Syndrome do experience learning challenges in regular classrooms, the good news is that they can reach their potential with specific teaching strategies that align with their learning strengths.
How to Teach Vowels to Visual Learners
When you think about it, vowels are simply everywhere. You can’t read well without having a firm grasp of those slippery symbols. Ironically, vowels are most frequently where the trouble lies when children struggle in learning to read.
Why Visual/Spatial Learners Need a True Multisensory Reading Program
Easy-for-Me™ Reading addresses the visual-spatial learning style. Alphabet cards contain images which connect symbol and sound in one picture and engage the body in a motion that replicates the shape of the letter. The learner sees the visual, says the sound and does the body motion, to engage body and brain.