Learning style

All children have different preferences by which they learn material. Some students prefer to learn by seeing things written or in pictures. Visual learners are stimulated when their surroundings are orderly and visually stimulating and may be turned off by clutter. Auditory learners will prefer to listen and talk with their teachers and classmates but may not perform well in a loud environment. Finally, kinesthetic learners are stimulated by physical activity and like hands-on projects that emphasize their fine motor skills (i.e., writing, drawing, building blocks); however, they may struggle if they are asked to stay still for long periods of time.

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