What do you do if your child does not know how to write or count?
One thing's for sure. This problem cannot be overcome by simply forcing the child to keep rewriting a piece of text or repeat basic counting exercises.
For the child, the problem often lies in spatial awareness challenges and difficulties absorbing and retaining sound and visual information.
So it is essential to work on these basic skills.
If you're still with us, chances are you are serious about helping your child live a happy, rich, and successful life!
Here is one story that clearly shows that children's problems are not always as obvious as we think.
But, thank God, they are solvable ;)
Lisa was almost 6 years old when her mother, Allison, approached me.
Lisa was a very open and sociable girl with her peers. She loved to play, to draw, although rather peculiar subjects -something that is important later- and spend time with friends.
But when it came to preparing for school, she turned from a little girl into a real tyrant!
She threw tantrums, was capricious, and her mother had to give her various delicious treats, just so that Lisa would start doing something!
And, of course, she had problems with counting, writing, and reading.
But in this situation, I knew exactly what to do to help Lisa, literally, fall in love with her studies ;)
It was a surprise to her mother Allison, when after 4 classes Lisa began to study with pleasure, and she even asked her mother to help her learn basic skills.
And with what joy she ran to our classes! You should have seen it :)