5 Ways to Appeal to Their Senses From Parents Who Know
1. We have a generation of visual thinkers as our children, raised with computers and video games. Color and design are vital to them. To play to this, use colors and charts.
2. Your child has strengths that can be used doing homework.
3. All English classes, even in high school, have weekly vocabulary tests. Find out what the words are and when the tests are, and help your child study.
4. “On Sunday evenings, my kids took 15 minutes to get ready for the week ahead and organize their backpacks. A clean start to the week was a big help for the kids, even though they complained about it.”
5. “I tried to model the behavior I wanted from my kids.”
This excerpt is from an article in the column “Highschooland,” written by Karyn Rashoff, M. S. Educational Counseling, and published in OC Health magazine. Read the full article 5 Ways to Appeal to Their Senses From Parents Who Know.