How to identify your Child’s Primary Learning Style?

How to identify child's primary learning style

“Understanding what and how Children learn will help you in monitoring their study habits.”

Every child is unique and has a special urge to learn.  Knowing what and how your child learns is a powerful tool. There are different ways a child learns. Sometimes a single style helps, or many styles work for them.

Children understand and process information in different ways. As they grow, they develop special learning patterns. They use every possible way to learn from touching and feeling to tasting and smell.

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As a parent, you would be anxious to know your child’s learning style. When you start becoming more aware, you will have a stronger grasp of how to mould your child. If the foundation of your child is strong, the learning will always be strong.

Let us find out how your child learns and the ways to help them discover.

Overview:

According to research, there are three primary learning styles- kinaesthetic, visual, and auditory. At first, they may show a balance between the three styles. Gradually, your child could fall into one of these categories. Whatever style or pattern they follow, it is important to identify or strengthen them. The motive behind this is to incorporate knowledge creatively.

Knowing their learning style helps you make informed choices about their study patterns. You also get an idea about how to pick the right kind of activities for them-with the introduction of e-learning, finding these methods have become much easier.

Let us take a look at Each Primary Style Learners to understand better:

1. Kinesthetic Learning Style:

These learners have a sense of stability and rely on their physical methods to learn. They are curious learners and use a lot of their body language to express themselves. They make most of their facial and body gestures to convey or learn things.

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Since they are curious in nature, they touch and feel things to understand better. They may also count on her fingers or clap while counting. They often have very sharp hand-eye coordination.

As these children are active learners, they may have shown early signs of crawling or walking. They also love painting, drawing, and all things creative.

2. Auditory Learning Style:

This kind of learner identifies or learns through sounds. They tend to follow directions and instructions better when given to them orally. They indulge in conversations and show verbal strengths through interactions.

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They have an aptitude for music and show a keen interest in playing with musical instruments. They have a sharp ear which helps them to pick things up quite fast.

Because they tend to use sounds to understand, they seem to be quick learners. They read out loud while reading or writing to understand better. They get attracted to new sounds and other new languages too.

3. Visual Learning Style:

This kind of learner tends to be imaginative. They can visualize when you tell them something. They have a creative mind and a vivid memory.

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They are great at remembering the faces of people, things, and places. They have a strong memory where they’ve recognized the places you’ve returned from.

They are drawn towards art and love colors, whether in books, photographs, or paintings. The best way to teach them is through showing them drawings or illustrations

Ideas for Students to excel in Primary Learning styles:

Kinesthetic Learners:

Kinesthetic learners like to learn through practical experience. Hence, they try to experiment rather than only read about something. Since their hand coordination is good, they can experiment using clays. They should draw pictures, create paintings or diagrams to understand better. Using different colours or sizes of paper to write or cut will make them learn faster.

Auditory Learners:

Auditory learners usually like to convert everything they hear into audio form. They should be encouraged to either read out loud or ask someone to do so. They can record themselves and listen to any recordings later while doing revisions. Using rhymes, songs, or tunes for a better understanding of concepts. To make it more enjoyable, they can even use.

Visual Learners:

Visual learners tend to be more attractive towards colors. Teaching them to use different markers, colored pens, and highlighters helps them retain information better. They are pretty organized than the rest. Using maps, sheets, charts, etc., you can help them stay interested in the subject. Parents can show them movies, cartoons to sharpen their visual concepts.

Take Away:

Although accessing students learning styles can be time-consuming and at times difficult. They help you create a strong learning environment. It also helps you focus on the strength of your child’s learning abilities. Besides, these preferences can help them grow and succeed in the future.

Parents need to recognize the study patterns in children and mold them accordingly. You can help build interest in children from an early age to learn their styles. Using different learning techniques, we hope you will be able to instill the best learning method for your child.

All the Best!

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