Learning Styles: Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic

By EduGuide Staff

There are many learning styles and sometimes it helps to do a learning styles inventory. When learning activities are presented in ways that fit children's learning styles best, they are more engaged and ultimately, they learn more. Some have a visual learning style, some prefer auditory and others learn kinesthetically. Learning intelligence can be measured in many ways.

Follow these learning styles strategies to tap into your child's learning style.

At School

Although in most schools teachers cannot focus on each method at every teaching opportunity, they can vary their approach to make sure that everyone gets a chance to learn in his or her best style at least part of the day.

Helping the Auditory Learner at Home

Helping the Visual Learner at Home

Helping the Kinesthetic Learner at Home