“I can see it in my head!”

parent_school-visualizing Visualizing is one of the most important strategies that a reader can use to understand what they are reading. Picturing a story in one’s mind deepens the comprehension in many ways. So next time your child doesn’t “understand” what they are reading, suggest they watch a “mind movie” as you read to them. It takes practice, but every child can learn to visualize with a little help!

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