Does your child love to talk, sing, and does she have fantastic verbal skills?
Or, does your child have a vivid imagination, easily recognizes faces and places, and is she a whiz with directions and maps?
Or, maybe your child uses his hands a lot to communicate, was an early walker, and is a great athlete!
You know and study your child 24/7, so you naturally know her ways of rolling through life. But, did you know that these observations can tell you a lot about how to choose the best curriculum for her? Well, they do!
These observations about your child point to what are commonly known as “Learning Preferences.” (And, they really are superpowers for learning.) And, knowing your child’s learning preferences can help you select curriculum and guide your homeschool planning.
In fact, learning preferences can actually help organize your home education to enhance learning, improve attitudes (yes!), and help everyone enjoy the educational process more!
(And, who doesn’t want more of that!?)
To help you get started, here’s a simple learning-preference test your child can take themselves.