We are providing hurricane tips for your visual learner because this child:
- Thinks in pictures and when under stress, will too often visualize the worst
- Can benefit from:
- Knowing what to expect
- Letting a parent listen to what they are concerned with
- Having a visual schedule to know what to do if power goes out
- Being prepared with a flashlight and games to play if and when the power goes out
- Knowing what you are doing to keep safe
These hurricane tips for your visual learner will help all children.
The video below shows what we recommend:<
Several things to recognize:
- Your visual learner and all your children will feel far better when they understand what you are doing and why
- Your child is likely to hear some things that scare them — make sure they feel comfortable sharing their concerns
- When the power goes out, they will feel far more confident when they know what to do. Create an activity list together before the storm of games to play or crafts to make.
- When a visual learner has a positive experience, it will increase their confidence and self-esteem
- Treat this like an adventure, it’s a change of mind set for everyone.
Below is a list of recommendation:
We also recommend:
- Putting up your shutters earlier than others might — it is far easier
- Get food and gas earlier or at off hours. Going earlier in the morning helps
More Hurricane Tips for Your Visual Learner
If you have additional hurricane tips for your visual learner, please share them on our 3D Learner Facebook Page.
For your information:
- We will forward our calls to our cell. If you need to reach us, call us at 561-361-7495
- Our offices are often open before schools are reopened, If you want o reach out to us – call us at 561-361-7495
Above all, be proactive and be safe.