Feb 052015

Looking for Information on the kinesthetic learning style?

This page gives a list of our pages about the kinesthetic learning style throughout the website. I wanted to make finding that information easy for you.

There are also related topics that don’t show up in the Learning Styles category. The information is listed under other main topics.

SO, you’ll find this page an easy jumping point to all of my info about the Kinesthetic Learning Style.

If you’re not sure what your child’s individual learning style is, start by Finding Your Child’s Learning Style.

Here are the pages that can help you teach your Kinesthetic Learner:

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Kinesthetic Learning Style – Body / Kinesthetic Intelligence – This page is an explanation of the kinesthetic learning style. It is also the Body / Kinesthetic area of Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory.

Kinesthetic Learning Styles : Teaching Strategies and Activities – This page has teaching activities listed that you can use in your child’s lessons or homework. Including these activities can help your child learn more easily.

Tactile Learning – Teaching Activities LIST for Tactile Learners – like the page above, this page has a list of activities. These activities are for kids with a tactile learning style. That is a hands-on learning style. It’s closely related to kinesthetic learning, but it’s not quite the same thing.

VAKT Learning Styles: How To Increase Learning Retention – Combining learning styles while teaching can increase learning for your kinesthetic learner.

Step 2: Task Analysis, Part B – Comprehensive Evaluation Considerations – When evaluating your child’s learning needs, here are some important things to think about.

Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory with Test Resources – This page will help you understand the Body / Kinesthetic area of intelligence better.

I hope this helps you find what you need for your Kinesthetic learner more easily! 😉

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