How does your child learn? Your child has learning fingerprints. That is, she has a certain way of seeing things, of learning facts, of processing information--as unique to her as her fingerprints. Do you know the best way to help your child learn and succeed? There are many kinds of learning styles, but children usually fall into one of these three: auditory, visual, or kinesthetic--in other words, talkers, watchers, or doers. Each style brings unique perspective and aptitudes. By understanding your child's basic learning style and intelligence gifts, you can craft and tailor a learning environment to specially suit her needs. These practical suggestions and creative tips will change the way you approach your child's education. No matter how your child learns, you can help her learn better and more efficiently.
About the Author
CHERI FULLER is an author and an international speaker who has taught at every level from elementary school to college. She has written several books, including The Mom You're Meant to Be and When Mothers Pray. Named Oklahoma Mother of the Year in 2004, Cheri and her husband live in Edmond, Oklahoma. They have three grown children.