Learning Resources For Children Who Struggle With Reading And Math
Child1st resources are designed for children who think in pictures rather than words. Picture thinkers include beginners, right-brained learners, visual and kinesthetic learners, children with dyslexia, dyscalculia, autism, Asperger’s, auditory processing disorder, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and more. These children learn most easily via images and body movement rather than by listening to someone talk.
Our learning resources work because we incorporate right-brained elements such as visuals, body movement, and stories into traditional left-brain content. This makes it possible for children to learn from their visual and kinesthetic strengths. Now you can teach once and reach all your students. Left-brained learners will be enriched and engaged, and those who were struggling will soar because visual learning is instant and matches their giftedness.