Organized, attentive children are more likely to learn effectively in school. Infographics can help parents identify behaviors that indicate whether their child is organized or attentive.
2. Healthy Eating Infographic.
A healthy diet is important for all children, but it is particularly important for children with ADHD. In fact, a healthy diet can help children concentrate and manage their emotions better.
3. Learning Differences Infographic.
As many as 15 percent of students have some sort of learning difference that makes it difficult to learn in a traditional classroom setting. Parents should be aware of the symptoms of common learning disabilities.
4. Creativity and Intelligence Infographic.
Many parents encourage their children to be creative, but they don't realize that creativity is also an indicator of intelligence. The two are linked, so encouraging your child's creativity will help them become more intelligent.
5. Retaining Information Infographic.
Children with good working memories are better able to retain information that they have learned.
6. Classroom Behavior Infographic.
Good behavior in the classroom should start at home, but it is also important for parents to help their children understand what behavior is expected in school. If your child's teacher gives you a handout of classroom rules, share it with your child and talk about what it means.
7. Technology Infographic.
It can be difficult for parents to keep up with the newest technology, but understanding how best to use new technology in school is important to your child's education. If your child is in elementary school, they may learn how to use a graphing calculator in math class and you should be ready to help them practice at home. If your child is in high school, they may not have a textbook until the first day of class, so you should expect to purchase one for them.
8. Homework Infographic.
If your child has too much homework it could be because their teacher isn't assigning enough or because there are problems at home that are distracting your child. If your child isn't assigned enough homework, it could be because their teacher is afraid to assign too much, or because they think students learn better with self-study.
9. ADHD Infographic.
Evidence suggests that children with ADHD benefit from movement during the school day, so you should encourage your child to get up and walk around during class.
10. College Prep Infographic.
Graduating from high school is just the first step in preparing for college, and if your child wants to attend a competitive or Ivy League school they will need to do more than graduate from high school: they will need good grades, strong test scores, and extracurricular activities.
11. Technology in the Classroom Infographic.
Technology is becoming an increasingly important part of education, so it's important that parents are aware of what technology their children will use in school and how they will use it.
12. Gifted Education Infographic.
If your child has been given a gifted label they may have different needs than the other children in their class, including different teaching methods and expectations.
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