Different Learning Styles
Children have different learning styles. It is useful to determine your child’s learning style, so you can meet their specific needs and address any issues. Studies have shown that accommodating different learning styles can significantly increase a child’s performance at school. Also, as a parent, you can play on your child’s strengths and help to improve the other learning styles.
There are currently 7 different learning styles however, these 3 are most important for preschoolers:
- Physical: A physical learner may need to use blocks, an abacus, or other counting materials to practice the new things.
- Visual: A visual learner will grasp the material more quickly by watching the teacher solve a problem on the blackboard or seeing a problem solved with real materials.
- Auditory: An auditory learner will understand the concept if they can listen to the teacher explain it and receive answers to questions.
Determine The Different Learning Styles
Learning should not be a one-size fits all approach. It is important to figure out your child’s learning style. You can work with your child and make improvements in their weaker areas.
Consequently, if your child is a visual learner, they will benefit from flashcards and books. A physical learner will work well with puzzles and blocks and if your child is an auditory learner, reading aloud can improve learning. By figuring out your child’s style, they will be able to learn more effectively.
The Teach My Preschooler Learning Kit includes tools to meet all 3 different learning styles; visual, auditory and physical. The multi award-winning learning kit is designed for preschoolers 3 years and up. The kit is divided into four sections to teach Reading, Printing, Numbers 1 to 100 and Math. Screen-free, the kit has an assortment of everything necessary for to teach the basics. Full of Preschool activities, the kit has coordinated books, flashcards, posters, a print guide and magic drawing board, all in a case.