The Seven Learning Styles

Visual        (spatial):You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding. Aural         (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music. Verbal       (linguistic): You prefer using words, both in speech and writing. Physical    (kinesthetic): You prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch. Logical      (mathematical): You prefer using logic, reasoning and systems. Social        (interpersonal): You prefer to...

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Hugg a Planet – You’ve Got the Whole World in Your Hands!
Mar05

Hugg a Planet – You’ve Got the Whole World in Your Hands!

www.peacetoys.com 136 Jimmo Drive, Ste 4 Colchester VT 05446 Voice: (802) 891-6645 Fax: (802) 878-8909 Orders: 1-800-332-7840 (US only) E-mail: sales@peacetoys.com By Michael Leppert One company has developed a unique way to raise our knowledge and consciousness about our planet and also, each other. Hugg-a-Planet is a line of cloth globes of varying sizes and contents that can be hugged, studied and tossed – however you see fit! The...

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The Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling — Beginning is easy!
Jan25

The Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling — Beginning is easy!

By Mary and Michael Leppert, Copyright © 2016 by All Time Media, Inc., all rights reserved. homeschoolalmanac.com More Home Than School Today’s homeschooling is far more about “home” than “school.” Few Americans today have the close-knit family life that so many Americans once had—before compulsory education pulled the children from their parents’ responsibility, beginning in 1852 in Massachusetts . Children who attend school are...

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The Drama Game
Oct22

The Drama Game

The Drama Game File, developed over a period of ten years by national consultant, teacher trainer, and actor/performer Jonas Basom, is an incredible, comprehensive theatre arts curriculum on CD-ROM that is used by teachers, schools, and universities nationwide, to teach theatre and use creative drama across the curriculum to bring content in other subjects to life. Rives Collins, chair of Northwestern University, calls it “The new...

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Learning Disabilities or Learning Styles?

www.solimaracademy.com  by Mariaemma Pelullo-Willis, M.S. “Even when she was 10, Helen Keller remained deaf, blind, and mute. By 16 she had learned to read in Braille, and to write and speak well enough to go to Radcliffe College. She graduated with honors in 1904. Fortunately her first teacher had never heard of the term ‘learning disabled.’ Unable to use her sense of sight or hearing, Helen Keller learned first through touch. And...

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