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You’ve got a kinesthetic learner! Kinesthetic learners tend to learn best through doing. Words or pictures don’t mean much to your child – until he can actually start touching or playing with things, he won’t feel like he completely understands them.
Now that you know your child’s learning style, you can use it to help him maximize his learning abilities. For instance, when your child is learning about shapes and angles, have him actually create those shapes and angles with blocks. As part of a history lesson, have him recreate whatever event in history he’s studying. If you want to teach your child about the dangers of crossing the street, actually reenact a street crossing with a toy truck and plastic doll. It’s through actively engaging in an activity that your child will best absorb information.
Because of this need for activity and exploration, kinesthetic learners tend to have trouble staying still for extended periods of time. But rest assured … your active, engaged child is probably very good at sports, physical comedy, or mimicking others. With these special skills, he’s well on his way to being a famous celebrity someday!
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