These homework tasks use the principle of crossing the midline to aid in developing visual-spatial perception, coordination and fine motor skills. They are especially useful for young children or older children with dyspraxia.
They have also been proven to be a useful tool for calming and wellbeing, and have been designed to be used by children who struggle with anxiety and related issues. Once these paper based tasks are mastered, children can draw midline eights in the air and gain the same brain benefits.
This 2 page infographic article is really helpful for students to understand themselves and maximise their learning with practical tips, as well as giving insight to teachers and parents on what’s going on in that teenage brain!
The Strategic Study Tools form the basis of the Flourish Generation program, which includes an online study course and downloadable resources. It is designed to help students in secondary schools, colleges and universities to understand how the brain works, recognise their own unique learning style and make the most of the time they spend learning, studying and revising. These tips are just a taste of the many strategies that could change the way you study.
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