See It. Say It. Do It! The Parent’s and Teacher’s Action Guide to Creating Successful Students & Confident Kids – Autographed
Would you like effective steps to help a child who
- Struggles in school?
- Resists reading or writing?
- Has difficulty with sports?
- Has test anxiety?
- Seems smart in everything but school?
- Lacks confidence?
Learning is largely visual. This pioneering book gives parents, teachers, and therapists proven solutions to unblock a child’s ability to learn and perform — by training the visual brain.
Visualization is a powerful technique used by adults. Why not give kids the same tool? Because kids are on a rapid learning curve, introducing visualization early gives them an advantage in school, sports, social skills — almost anything they set their minds on doing.
With the SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT! process, kids make dreams a reality
Practical, step-by-step strategies and activities teach kids how to create pictures in their minds, declare their goals, and take action to make their dreams a reality – via Dr. Hellerstein’s pioneering SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT! process. Using this process, children:
- Grow confident
- Create strategies to overcome obstacles and barriers
- Succeed in school
- Develop a joy for learning
- Enhance sports performance
In this book
This delightfully illustrated book includes focused activities, plus tips on fitting them into daily routines.
- Part One – What you need to know about visualization and your child’s vision development.
- Part Two – How the SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT! process teaches children to become effective by visualizing an intention, declaring it, and taking action. Expect transformation: for kids, that’s a huge “ta-dah”!
- Part Three – Strategies for success in reading, spelling, math, creative writing, doing homework, and coping with test stress. Applications to music and sports.
- Part Four – Personal growth, from getting along with others to dealing with emotional situations.
- Appendix – Vision therapy in more detail, results research.
- Glossary – Vision terms and resources.
—Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D., Psychologist and Director
Gifted Development Center