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Learning Memory: How Your Child’s Input / Output Systems Create a Learning Memory Process Education

Learning Memory: How Your Child’s Input / Output Systems Create a Learning Memory Process Everyone knows they hear with their ears and smell with their nose. But, did you know there are tiny little hairs in both the ears and the nose that help both senses gather sensory information in our environment? Everyone has hairs in their ears and nose. At the bottom of these...

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Perfectionism: Why Children with Learning Challenges Struggle with Perfectionism Education

Perfectionism: Why Children with Learning Challenges Struggle with Perfectionism In today’s society where high-stakes standardized testing, academic success, athletic prowess and excelling in the arts have become the bar for success, perfectionism is often seen as a desirable trait in a child. Sadly, perfectionism can be destructive to a child’s self-esteem, frustrating for family members, creates debilitating anxiety, and can cause students to underachieve, especially...

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Math plus movement equals better learning for kids Education

Math plus movement equals better learning for kids Guest Post Jaime Neefs Instead of memorizing multiplication tables and languages the old fashioned way, CBC news reports that Dutch researchers have discovered that adding a little physical activity in the classroom can go a long way to improving math and spelling abilities. Activities as simple as running or jumping in place during repetition tasks helped students to achieve...

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Music Therapy: Why Auditory Processing is Developed through Movement and Music Education

Music Therapy: Why Auditory Processing is Developed through Movement and Music This post contains information regarding the benefits of music therapy and movement for children with learning challenges. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Children do not come in perfect, orderly little packages. They come with diversity, spontaneity, energy and amazing personality. Some come with physical disabilities, learning challenges and/or behavioral issues. With each...

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Sensory Systems that Make up the Learning Hierarchy of a Strong Academic Foundation Education

Sensory Systems that Make up the Learning Hierarchy of a Strong Academic Foundation This article contains information regarding important sensory systems and the learning hierarchy that comes from developing each one. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Whether a child is using his or her hands to write, ears to listen, eyes to read, or their entire body to play sports, they can execute and learn...

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Learning Styles: Why “One Size Fits All” Doesn’t Work Education

Learning Styles: Why “One Size Fits All” Doesn’t Work I am sure many of you have read or heard about the “5 love languages.” I have done my own share of research on this topic and found it fascinating that each person has their own love language in both the way they show love and wish to receive love. I can only imagine the countless number...

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Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays Education

Types of Learning Disorders: How to know the difference in learning delays This post contains information regarding types of learning disorders and comparisons of learning challenges. Many parents and caregivers get confused with the different terminology that is used to describe various learning problems, issues and behaviors. There is a constant bombardment in the media and in the educational sphere of contrasting terms and definitions used...

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Video Membership: Join Video Membership for Learning Exercises Education

Video Membership: Join Video Membership for Learning Exercises We are excited to announce our new video membership for parents, teachers and therapists to help children and students with learning challenges. Video membership is updated monthly with new videos (for example, exercises for primitive reflexes, crossing the midline, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, attention and focus, vestibular, proprioception and other activities). Membership Details Our video membership includes full...

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Learning Readiness: What Experts Say is Really Needed for Kindergarten Readiness Education

Learning Readiness: What Experts Say is Really Needed for Kindergarten Readiness Every parent wants their child to succeed in school, so when that kindergarten year approaches, you work hard to make sure the child is ready by checking their knowledge of ABC’s, numbers and shapes. You research all the articles on the Internet and Google that give you information about how to help your child...

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Important Things to Teach Your Kids in Homeschool Education

Important Things to Teach Your Kids in Homeschool Guest post by Aleksandre McMenamin Homeschool guest post to assist parents with alternatives in education. Homeschooling your children can be an absolutely beautiful experience, both for you and for them. However, aside from the terrific times that you will have together, you also want to make sure that your children are growing up to become the most...

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