Headstart for Life

Author: Kokila

School Readiness Programme,Speech Therapy

Picture This! – Things You Need to Know About Comprehension and Visualisation

“If I can’t picture it, I can’t understand it” -Albert Einstein Hello! Welcome back to HeadStart for Life’s blog, Beyond Therapy! Have you ever wondered why do some child

3 months ago by 2 minutes

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School Readiness Programme

AT (Assistive Technology) in Art

“What a computer is to me is the most remarkable tool that we have ever come up with. It’s the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds.” — Steve Jobs I couldn’t agree more with these words

8 months ago by 1 minute

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School Readiness Programme

Art and Visual Spatial Intelligence

In today’s post, we look at the link between Art and “Visual Spatial thinking”. Visual Spatial thinking “finds meaning in the shape, size, orientation, location, direction or trajectory, of o

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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School Readiness Programme,Social Skills Training

Drawing Doodles – A Diagram into the mind!

Hello! I am back with another blog in the Art series. I will have to admit that this topic has been a revelation for me too! I was researching on ways and means to take easy and quick class notes for

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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Occupational Therapy,School Readiness Programme

5 Art Projects for Kids with Sensory Issues

Hello! I hope you liked my post on Art and Perspective! I love Art! So I am here again to give you 5 ideas on art projects for kids with sensory issues! Art is an expression of creative skill and imag

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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School Readiness Programme,Social Skills Training

Art & Perspectives

What is the meaning of Perspective ?   You may find familiar, the images of two straight lines (of equal length) and a candlestick or wine glass (or two faces) show us that things are often not

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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School Readiness Programme

Astonishing Art – Its link to Literacy, Critical thinking & Maths

Would you choose a mono-chromatic world for your child? I believe the answer would be a resounding ‘No’. So lets get ready to drench your child in a splash of colours! How would you do t

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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