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If your child has a learning or attention issue, it can be tough to maintain good homework habits. Resolving to “establish a daily routine,” for example, may not affect why it is difficult for a student to complete homework in the first place. They may be missing a crucial step that good students are doing naturally.
Students of all ages should be creating mental images as they read a book, or listen to a teacher describe that night’s homework. They should be visualizing as they write something down in their planner, or as they compose a paragraph.
Join us for a free workshop. Parents will learn how to establish the imagery-language foundation for homework.
Topics will include:
- How to help your child keep track of assignments
- Asking questions that create mental images (and boost comprehension!)
- Using the imagery-language foundation to remember new vocabulary
- Tips for managing homework when decoding is an issue
We look forward to helping make homework easier!