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07/30/2015

How to Teach a Visual Learner

Being involved in your child’s learning path is a great way to motivate your child to learn. When helping your child with math or reading help, make sure that you’re using the correct teaching techniques so that your child gets the most out of the lesson. If your child is a visual learner, The Tutoring Center in Franklin Park has some ideas to share with you to help them learn and retain new information.

How to Utilize  Educational Cartoons and Comics

Comic strips and cartoons aren’t restricted to Saturday morning T.V. With your child, create and draw your own cartoon including grammatically correct speech bubbles. This can be a great activity for your child in the car as they can learn quietly while utilizing their imagination, unknowingly learning.

Create Your Own Word Puzzles

If your child isn’t interested in drawing or pictures, this doesn’t mean you aren’t able to help them learn. Creating word puzzles is an great way for your child to visualize their learning. A quick search of the internet will lead you to some blank cross word or find-a-word templates that you and your child can complete together.

How to Give Your Child an Educational Advantage

These are both great ways for you to be directly involved in your child’s learning, and are a great complement to their structured learning path. If you are interested in giving your child the educational advantage, speak with The Tutoring Center in Franklin Park on (732) 419-3813 about the ways private tutoring in Franklin Park can help your child succeed.

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