|Title||:||All Kinds of Minds: A Young Student's Book About Learning Abilities and Learning Disorders|
|Publisher||:||Educators Publishing Service, Incorporated 1 Juni 1992|
|Number of Pages||:||283 Seiten|
|File Size||:||885 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
All Kinds of Minds: A Young Student's Book About Learning Abilities and Learning Disorders Reviews
Children with learning or social disabilities often suffertremendous loss of self-esteem. This book, written from theperspective of 5 elementary students who share a class at their neighborhood school, enables a young reader to gain insight and understanding of their "kind of mind" as they come to terms with either attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, language disorder, social or motor skills deficits. Honestly and sensitively written, each child discovers the unique strengths which enable him or her to overcome the difficulties caused by having a "different" kind of mind.
I read this book to my 6 year old. Both of us loved the stories about the children and their stengths and weaknesses. Instead of feeling so "different", my child's self esteem soared after reading this book. I recommend it to all families, educators and children who think they are the "only ones" who can't achieve one thing or another. Thank you Dr. Levine!
A good description for kids of all ages of the characteristics that sometimes define certain learning disorders written from each character's perspective.
Have been trying to find out more about ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and other Neuro disorders and this book, which is actually a text book for school children is great for the younger set to understand that they ae not alone and also for someone as old as I am who just now started questioning why I have always felt so different.
It's written for a child. . I read this for myself. This was so insightful.
Great book for my family
I teach fifth and sixth grade. This book, along with the other materials from this series, is a wonderful way to teach this age that everyone has learning differences and that there are ways to support the weaker areas that we all have. I recommend it highly.