by Hannah

My ten year old daughter does well with everything besides for one thing.

When she has a comprehension in front of her, she can answer the questions well, but when the teacher says a story orally, she will not remember the answers to the questions that follow.

Is there such a thing that she can only remember something that she has SEEN? either written or with pictures?

If yes, please could you advise what I can do with her to help her overcome this problem?

Thank You

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May 14, 2015
by: R

It seems like her visual memory is better than her auditory one. You can have her evalauted by a professional (i.e. educational psychologist) if you think she needs help in this area.

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