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04/05/2019


Learning is a complicated process that everybody does a bit differently. To ensure your child will be able to assimilate, retain, and recall their school lessons better, read this post to identify their learning style and adapt their study methods to it.

How to Adapt to Your Child's Learning Style

Visual

The first and most common type of learner is the visual learner. They mainly use their eyes to learn and can understand and remember images, colors, faces, and other visual cues with greater ease. If your child has a visual learning style, you should encourage them to watch videos, create concept maps, and draw pictures as they're studying their school lessons.

Auditory

Auditory learners are those who are great at retaining and recalling information that they acquired through their ears. You can spot if your child is one if they have natural musical talent or if they can remember conversations easily. If your child is mainly an auditory learner, simply talking to them about their school lessons can do the trick. You can also make up songs and rhymes related to those lessons.

Kinesthetic

Finally, there are are those people that are kinesthetic learners. They mostly gather and process information through their hands or with movement. This is why they're often hyperactive people who are good at sports, dancing, or other physical activity. If your child is a kinesthetic learner, the best approach to studying could be to give them tools and games they can use to learn, or to create experiments that will help them practice their lessons.

Enroll your child in one-to-one tutoring in Boardman, OH so they can have successful learning experiences. Call The Tutoring Center, Boardman, OH at (330) 330-8185 to ask about their academic programs, or to schedule a free consultation.

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