Young gifted children, especially those who suffer from Psychomotor Overexcitability*, can be very active, always on the go and wanting to be constantly engaged in an activity. Many parents of young gifted children who are very active despair that their child won’t sit still at the dinner table, eagerly rush into things before they’ve heard … Continue reading
Making sense of environmental toxics The denaturalization our environments has serious consequences to our entire body, mind and spirituality which originally formed out of our communion with nature. Adding sensorial settings to the realm of influence, it becomes evident that environments can be very toxic to humans. Why wouldn’t our young be influenced by changes in … Continue reading
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Reblogged from: Love Learning: Kinesthetic Learners. Tips for Helping Active and Spatial Children Remember Numbers and Other Abstract Concepts The reason I so clearly identify with our visual/spatial and active learners is because I am one of them myself…albeit a middle-aged version. How these children learn and remember are not just things I have studied; … Continue reading
The highly sensitive child, behavioural inhibition and learning movement skills Reblogged from The highly sensitive child, behavioural inhibition and learning movement skills | skillsforaction.com. About 15 – 20 percent of children are born with a temperament style that is very cautious and often quite fearful. Elaine Aron coined the phase “highly sensitive child” for these … Continue reading
How Does Autism Affect Learning? Every child with autism is different. It is called a spectrum disorder because there is so much variation in how autism expresses itself. In general, when it comes to learning, the most common problem that children with autism have is that it’s extremely hard for them to learn language and … Continue reading
Excerpt from : Parenting A Highly Sensitive Child | mothering. By Terri Goodwell Web Exclusive Baby safe in mother’s arms. We’ve all known sensitive, shy kids. These are the introverted ones who hang on the fringes of the group. They are the ones we often call “slow to warm up” because they look very carefully … Continue reading
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