Primary Schooler

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER. (6 to10 Years of age) – LOOKER SKILLS

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER. (6 to10 Years of age) – LOOKER SKILLS Looker skills enable a child to observe his surroundings, remember what he sees, visualize concepts and coordinate his eyes with his hands. Therefore, we may find primary grader with below average Looker skills to have difficulty with reading and writing, addition and subtraction, story problems and artwork all of which require skills that he does not naturally posses. Whatever be his current ability level, a primary graders Looker skills can be enhanced or improved through the use of specially chosen playthings and activities. Children who are lookers by nature will welcome their parent’s efforts to provide more of the visual experiences they adore. Listeners and Movers may need a bit more c...

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER. (6 to 10 Years of age) – MOVER SKILLS

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER. (6 to 10 Years of age) – MOVER SKILLS Your child may not use his Mover skills when he reads, writes or memorizes math facts but that does not mean that Mover skills should be ignored. A child who possesses a Mover’s speed and co-ordination also possesses a sense of self-confidence that will stand him in good stead in all his endeavors. It pays, then to develop your child’s gross motor skills, regardless of his natural learning preference. Children who are Movers by nature can never get enough tactile stimulation, and so will delight in any gross motor activity you plan. Listeners and Lookers, who are less certain of their own agility and are less happy with full-body play, the movers will be happier with activities that use their...

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER (6 – 10 years)– LISTENER SKILLS

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability in PRIMARY SCHOOLER (6 – 10 years)– LISTENER SKILLS Now your primary schooler needs to assume more responsibility for his behavior, possessions, his movements and completion of task, which he earlier rested upon his teachers. The ability to converse, express oneself and socialize is invaluable to students of any age but particularly important during the primary Classes. As this is the time, when child’s confidence and attitude are getting shaped towards schooling. Listener skills are also needed for reading, music and certain aspects of math. Whether your primary schooler is a Looker, Listener or a Mover, he stands to benefit from development of auditory and language skills. A Listener child seldom needs reminders to do his homework. Academic work co...