Ever wonder HOW to help your STRUGGLING READER?
When your child struggles to read and learn, sometimes you may feel as if you’re banging your head against a brick wall trying to find the proper help.
Perhaps you’re ready to roll up your own sleeves. You have an IDEA about how to help your child, but you’re missing the right tools. Tools that are:
- easy to implement
- so fun that kids won’t notice they’re expanding their learning power
- and, most importantly, EFFECTIVE.
Let’s remedy that. Let’s fill up your toolbox with fun, effective, easy to implement activities that improve mental processing skills and change the way your child learns.
Today own EVERY cognitive enrichment activity in the Inner Pieces Gallery store!
Does your mind ever take you to the worst case scenario when you worry about your child’s educational future?
As learning difficulties continue to pile on top of each other, there your child is, feeling more and more inadequate. There you are, feeling more and more helpless to do anything but watch it all happen.
Please know that you DO NOT have to feel powerless. Neither does your child.
You CAN change the trajectory of your child’s dwindling confidence and begin the transformation from struggling student toward strong, capable learner.
I’ll provide the tools. You’ll become my conduit for delivering fun, effective cognitive strength training that improves children’s ability to learn.
Which tools? Take a look…
Visual tracking skills allow us to efficiently track our eyes from left to right. This helps us read with better fluency and even helps us complete tasks quickly.
To help strengthen children’s visual tracking skills and make reading more of a joy rather than a chore, try these five included targeted activities:
Mazes | Line Tracking | Grid Mazes | Image Tracking | Letter Tracking
Visual memory skills allow us to remember information we take in through our eyes. Trouble with spelling, reading comprehension, and the ability to copy written information quickly may indicate visual memory deficiencies.
To help strengthen visual memory skills and ease of learning, try these five included cognitive enrichment tools:
Visual Memory Matching Games | Shape Recall | Number Recall | Draw What You Saw | The Star Witness Game
I designed Art-for-Brains – THE BOOK to merge cognitive enrichment tools with a bit of artful playtime.
Each of five activities in the book targets a specific learning skill. That said, most of the activities have the added benefit of strengthening multiple skills at the same time. See each of the individual activities below.
Finish the Monster Drawing targets visual closure skills, which allow us to recognize complete words rather than only the individual letters or parts. Children who struggle to learn sight words, confuse words with similar beginnings or endings, and have trouble with big picture ideas may benefit from visual closure activities.
Graph Art for Auditory Memory targets our ability to remember what we hear, including our own internal voice while reading. This improves listening skills, following directions, reading comprehension, and phonics based learning.
Dot Grid Pattern Play targets visual figure ground skills, which allow us to distinguish between foreground and background and not become overwhelmed with too many words on a page.
Word Play targets visual discrimination skills, which help us recognize differences between similar words such as saw/was, when/then, etc. (Poor visual tracking skills are another potential reason for this word mix-up.)
Visual Spatial Puzzle Play targets spatial awareness, which helps us understand size, distance, volume, order, and time. It helps us know our left from our right, keeps us from bumping into people (personal space) and lets us know how far to reach across the table to grab that pencil, among other things. Students who struggle with math, handwriting, and map skills may benefit from visual spatial activities.
Many students with learning difficulties have trouble with linear thinking. This means that telling time and keeping track of the days of the week and the months of the year are common challenges.
The Months of the Year Bundle includes mini-books for every month of the year, January – December, providing extra calendar practice using word searches, fun cut and paste activities and more.
Auditory memory allows us to remember what we hear. Students who struggle with reading, reading comprehension, vocabulary, phonics, following directions, taking notes while listening, and completing assignments may have deficiencies in this area.
To help strengthen auditory memory skills and give children an edge up on learning, try these included skill-building tools:
Repeat After Me | Grid Art: Geometric Animals | I Heard a Mixed Up Word | Hear the Hidden Message | Which Word Goes Where?
Unique learners often have trouble with linear, sequential concepts such as the passage of time.
The Clock Calendar offers a fun, visual way of learning and remembering the months of the year that’s as unique as they are!
Today own it all for $113.
You’ll also receive my free Intervention Sampler. I added this one to the mix because it quickly clarifies:
- what each targeted learning skill is
- what specific signs of trouble to watch out for, and
- how to help your child when you notice specific challenges.
Whether you’re a parent, an experienced teacher, a special educator or even a tutor, the Intervention Sampler is a valuable resource to keep on hand whenever you’re scratching your head wondering WHAT is going on.
Don’t worry. You don’t need any special training to implement these tools.
Here’s what you WILL need:
- A desire to help improve your child’s learning experience.
- The ability to make a few observations. (You or your designated helper.)
- The ability to read detailed instructions provided with each activity.
And just in case you have questions about the instructions, remember I’m just an email away.
I designed most activities with early elementary in mind. Of course, learning challenges occur at all age levels. That’s why I included tips that help you adapt activities to fit your child’s specific skill level.
So, whether your child is in kindergarten or middle school you can easily make adjustments to increase or decrease the difficulty.
As always, please keep the Goldilocks standard in mind when working with your child. Not too easy. Not too difficult. Juuuuuust right!
Nope. Owning everything in my store will NOT turn you into an instant educational therapist.
Owning everything in my store will NOT be the one and only solution to your child’s learning difficulties.
The proactive steps you take today, however, may save YEARS of struggle and heartache in the future, and help YOU become the solution your child needs.
Your first step couldn’t be any simpler:
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