We know that children's learning styles vary. Some children learn more efficiently visually, others are more effective listeners and prefer auditory learning, and still others learn best by tactile senses or through hands-on activities. Stories that involve feelings or emotions enhance learning for most children. Using all four styles can encourage your children to utilize their strengths and improve on their weaknesses.
VISUAL LEARNERS should use writing, copying, drawing or collecting pictures to reinforce their memory.
AUDITORY LEARNERS can best improve their memory by listening to and talking on tapes, as well as oral repetition.
KINESTHETIC LEARNERS learn most effectively when manipulating counters, markers or flash cards.
All kinds of learners benefit from making up stories, rhymes or mnemonic devices. These techniques involve children's feelings, which helps improve their memories. Let your children discover what works best for them.
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