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11/28/2018


Adapting to your child's learning style can help them in their goal to becoming a better student. To learn about the 3 main learning styles and how you can adapt to them, continue reading.

How to Adapt to Your Child's Learning Style

If They Are a Visual Learner

If your child can remember faces easily and understands shapes, spatial arrangements, and colors, then they probably are a visual learner. As you can guess, these are the people that can retain and recall information better after they've experienced it through their sight. If you have a visual learner at home, make use of videos, drawings, and concept maps to help them learn effectively and study for their tests.

If They Are an Auditory Learner

For auditory learners, sounds are what they can remember more vividly. You can identify if your child is an auditory learner if they have an ability to recall conversations. Also, if they are quick to grasp rhythm and music. To ensure your auditory learner is prepared for their exams, you can create rhymes and songs to help them study. You can also try recording their lectures and playing them back to them.

If They Are a Kinesthetic Learner

Last but not least, let's go over what kinesthetic learners are, how to identify them, and how you can help them learn better. A kinesthetic learner is one who uses their body and their sense of touch to take in the information around them. A kinesthetic learner is often very active, and prefers to experience things, rather than reading or hearing about them. That's why, if your child is a kinesthetic leaner, you should device experiments, or use abacus and other learning tools to help them out.

To help your child learn better, enroll them in tutoring in Carrollton TX. Call The Tutoring Center, Carrollton TX at (972) 395-1231 for more information.

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