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Kids Game To Help Learn Alphabet
My child is 5yrs and he is having problems to identify alphabet.??? Its normal???
How I can help???
But do his painting very well..
Learning disability: dyslexia is a problem that makes it hard for the child to learn to read dyslexia has nothing to do with how smart your child is they have brain difference that affect the way they process written words they have a problem understanding the connection between letters and sound he needs neuro evaluation and intervention to help him correct it ...Read more
Way of thinking: The scientific method really refers to the way of thinking, of using logic, reason and deduction to either prove a theory or reason through a problem. It's not a thing to learn, but a method in which to approach learning and problem solving, to lead to new discovery. Asking a question, formulating ideas, and using logical means and testing to confirm or disprove those ideas. ...Read more
Kids point to named : Colors before they name colors. The average is 3 colors, 3 shapes, & 3 #'s at 3; 4 of each at 4. Multimodal teaching, e.g., seeing & signing the colors with mom while watching pbs' signing time, hearing the colors mom points to while reading books & coloring with crayons (tactile) can speed up the process of learning colors, shapes & numbers. Magnatiles are expensive, but great for learning. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Teacher: If your child is fortunate enough to have a perceptive caring teacher, s/he will be able to describe your child's learning style. Very often, a bright perceptive child will tell you themselves. "mommy, i learn best when i can see (touch, hold) . . . " "dad, once i hear it, it's locked in!" if your child is having learning problems, then an assessment will easily determine how they learn best. ...Read more
Learning Disability: Have your child evaluated either in school by a school psychologist or privately by a licensed psychologist. An individual psychological evaluation with a strong educational component can help determine if your child has a learning disability. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Really depends: It depends on when first diagnosed, many of the 1-2 year olds are so used to the injections given by their parents, that they ask to give it a try. I highly recommend that parents take a very proactive and supportive role in their child requiring insulin. By making it a normal healthy routine, the child will not fear it, but recognize its importance to keep the child safe & away from the er. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is having grandparents from asia taking care of the children ok if I am in school? Will they learn like american kids?
No.: Having grandparents native to another culture / society / nation. Your children are still living, relating to others, learning within the american society. I'm not sure of the extent of 'taking care of' in your situation. If you mean that the majority of quality time is spent with their grandparents, then they have more influence than the real parents on growth & development. They r your kids. ...Read more
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