When a child is able to form an image in their mind, it helps them understand what they are reading. It provides a context based on the child’s prior knowledge. Teachers can lead students to visualize by reading aloud and having students either draw what they “see,” write about it, or discuss with a partner.
Here are some books to assist with Visualization:
- About Me
- Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Book Recommendations
- Book Reviews
- Children's Books
- Diversity in the Classroom
- Learning Apps
- Literacy Resources and Children's Books
- Teacher Tips
- Teen Brain
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