Kids do not need to be auditory learners in order to benefit from this learning style. In fact, most kids tend to absorb knowledge in a variety of different ways. Weaving auditory learning into our kids’ learning is an excellent way to help them grow and thrive.
I can’t remember a day that there wasn’t some kind of “learning lesson” going on in our home. But most of those lessons didn’t involve sitting down and doing homework. Instead, my mom employed active ways to help us learn how to learn.
Every child has a unique learning style. Parents can help their children succeed in school by understanding their learning styles.
Teaching children to think critically, whether in books or about what people say, is a skill that will benefit them their entire life.
A child’s personality and learning preference must be balanced with the reality that some skills take practice and aren’t fun.
The secret to helping kids make wise choices may be easier than you think
Children labeled as “underachievers” are often more capable than people realize.
Understand what motivates each of your children and whether those motivators are formed within themselves or developed through external circumstances.
What works for one child academically may not work for another. Figure out how to support your children in their learning
Kids are increasingly pressured by our media-saturated world to react quickly to information — but there is nothing wrong with a deliberate thinker.