Each classroom is filled with students who learn different ways. Parents may also discover that what interested Susie doesn’t interest Johnny. The best way to accommodate various learning styles is to make sure that you have lessons and activities that cater to all types of learners whether you are setting up a classroom or attempting homeschooling.
Most kids are hands-on learners to some degree – that’s why their fingers are always sticky! Filling your home or classroom with educational manipulatives like counting cubes and magnetic letters fulfill their need to touch. Most kids love to conduct science experiments and get their hands dirty discovering.
Visual learners get a kick out of charts and graphs and like to pour over the minutiae of tables and flowcharts. They may prefer to draw a picture rather than explain a concept in words. They may not be the best listeners, so be …