Holy Family School’s Youngest Knights Learn by Different Training Styles
As Holy Family School’s (HFS)’ youngest Knights build their knowledge and advance their skills of letters, words, and reading, its educators understand that children who learn the basic sign language skills (such as ASL – American Sign Language) of signing the alphabet can have improved spelling skills.
“Signing helps to give my kids another fun and engaging tool for remembering spelling words.” ~ 1st grade teacher Mrs. Vasquez
Children who learn by different learning styles (physical, musical, verbal, oral, visual), all at the same time, have more ways to remember and recall the information they need.
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