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Identify Your Children’s Learning Style

Identify Your Children’s Learning Style

Every Preschool in New York aspires that their young learners reach their fullest potential. This is made possible by instilling in them a love of education using their learning styles. For their success, here are seven types of learning styles you need to understand as a parent:

  • Visual
    Children with this learning style prefer visual aids such as images, whiteboard writings, and other spatial tools to learn better.
  • Auditory.
    Aural or auditory learners learn best through sound. They prefer education through listening, music, and repetition which are also done at our childcare in Bronx, New York.
  • Linguistic.
    Verbal learners are children who prefer written and spoken word, and so they highly succeed in writing and reading.
  • Kinesthetic.
    Also known as physical learners, these children would rather learn through movement so they will want to use their hands, body, and sense of touch to explore new things.
  • Logical.
    Logical children understand better using reason and logic naturally inclining to mathematics and critical thinking to solve problems.
  • Social.
    This type of learner excels in group settings so they will greatly benefit from group projects, team-building exercises, and discussions. They’re most likely interested in joining clubs or doing extracurricular events.
  • Solitary.
    If your children prefer and even enjoy reading, writing, or doing homework alone, then it’s likely they’re a solitary learner.

Have you identified which of these learning styles your children have? Yes or no, you have Sharon Baptist Head Start to give them a Head Start Pre-k that centers around their individual style and success.

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