It's that time of year again, Back-to-School! Many of our kids are either back in school or headed to school very soon, some of them for the first time.
With COVID on the rise again, a lot of parents are also considering homeschooling their children this school year.
Though we have tried our hand at teaching our babies and toddlers, how do we nurture them to be diligent students and love learning for many years to come?
How can we turn everyday activities into opportunities for learning and growth?
We are joined by a very special guest, Da’Quisha Whitaker (@dmwhitaker_writes). Quisha is an Author, Educator, Blogger, Podcaster, and lover of all things books! And she has some answers to those questions.
D.M. Whitaker has spent ten years educating children and youth inside and outside the classroom as a former social service worker and teacher. Teaching children to be their best selves through social and functional skill enrichment, affirmations and genuine love, has always been her passion. It wasn't until she became a stay-at-home mother, that she embraced her longtime love of storytelling, and began writing stories that would help parents, teachers and caregivers teach their children in fun, educational and creative ways. She has been married to her husband, Brandon, and they have two boys, Duce, 4 and Elisha, 1. They currently reside in Nebraska.
She joined us to drop some gems and discussed how to find out your child's learning style and incorporate that in their learning inside and outside of the classroom.
Do you know your child's learning style? Have you found that they retain information better from audio, video, read/write or kinesthetic education?
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