BondAndLearn

Nom de l’auteur/autrice :Mario Vitofrancesco

Every day, after I pick up my kids from school, I try to teach them all sorts of skills and subjects. Over the years I became fascinated by the way kids learn, very different from adults, and frustrated struggling to find teaching methods specific for young kids (2-10 years). So, I have decided to build a practical framework to teach kids anything effectively and playfully.

How to build an effective weekly learning plan for kids

How to build an effective weekly learning plan for kids

5 tips on how to build an effective weekly learning plan for kids Three years ago, when I started tutoring my daughter, I didn’t have a daily nor a weekly learning plan. I just had a toolbox of different activities to choose from depending on my kid’s mood. After a few months, I naturally transitioned […]

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4 steps on how to teach kids anything effectively!

4 steps on how to teach kids anything effectively and playfully! optimize kids’ sleep at night and close your eyes for 30 seconds during breaks while practicing; increase kids’ motivation for the particular activity or subject using inspiring videos, stories and pictures; facilitate kids’ practice, start only when kids feel ready and with the easiest exercise imaginable

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4 reasons why kids learn differently than adults

How kids learn differently than adults? kids make progress suddenly not gradually; kids can learn from ridiculously short sessions (1-20min); kids prefer to be guided instead of receiving verbal instructions; kids can learn autonomously by sensing. During the past 3 years I have spent an average of 20 hours a week with my kids helping

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