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Is anyone aware of a learning style inventory to give to children who do not yet read? I like the one I found on this site because it refers to non-reading activities (tapping pencils, drawing during class) but what questions can I ask to determine if children are visual learners who don't read or write yet?




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Is anyone aware of a learning style inventory to give to children who do not yet read? I like the one I found on this site because it refers to non-reading activities (tapping pencils, drawing during class) but what questions can I ask to determine if children are visual learners who don't read or write yet?


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LiviaMcCoy writes:
In general, young children are kinesthetic. They learn by doing! To answer your questions, I would recommend that you read Connie's blogs on the various learning styles and observe your child. Observe whether she likes to see and draw pictures. My strong visual learners often love colors. Their notebooks are colorful and they carry a pouch full of 25 different color pens!
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