Active Learning Strategies for the Active Child

Do you have an active child who gets bored easily? If you’re worried that this active child of yours won’t have the chance to improve his/her reading skills, this post is for you. The truth is, some teachers are just super old school and not really sure about which active learning strategies to use for today’s busy children. Gone are the days of sitting still for 8 hours and staring at a dirty, dusty chalkboard. If your child is not using his/her hands, feet, or voice to learn, his/her teacher may be doing him/her a huge disservice. Check out this tip to find out why.

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