Child1st Designs Multisensory Materials for Visual Learners
Child1st Publications specializes in multisensory reading materials for visual learners. Visual learners often learn instantly when they see an image, almost as if their brains are a camera snapping a picture. Drill and rote memorization often cause visual learners to shut off and may lead to a dislike of reading and school since drills stifle their instinctive way of learning. Child1st products appeal to their natural way of learning by blending images with essential left-brain aspects of education such as letters and words to help visual learners comprehend and retain new information.
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Learn to Read and Write using Activties
For many kids, early toddler education development begins in the home, often times informally. Babies, who are little sponges when it comes to learning, begin to model ideas based on what they see around them. A lot of times, their biggest teachers are their parents. As such, parents, once they have the correct tools, can teach their kids how to read, write and apply the essential principles of math relatively easily. Initially with online home schooling resources, moms and dads who desire to educate their kindergarten and preschool age children the fundamentals of education can do so by utilizing tried and true activities that are geared towards shaping young minds.
Teach Your Child To Read - Fast Learning Basics
A quick look at how you can help to teach your child to read. The secret lies in understanding the blend between the phonetic words, sight words and using the cues in order to become a much better and more competent reader. The article looks into the explanation of how a sentence is deconstructed by a child so that they can understand it.
Activities For Using Kindergarten Sight Words
Fun activities to familiarize your child with sight words and help him or her to better remember them. The games are intended for use with Child1st's stylized sight words.
What Are Sight Words And Why Do They Matter?
Research has been done on the material that children read. What has resulted is some pretty specific lists of words that comprise between 60% to 85% of all words appearing in children's texts.