Homeschooling Styles & Tools

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One of the beauties of home education is the flexibility and adaptability it provides. With dedicated parents as teachers and one-on-one personalized instruction for students, homeschooling offers exceptional potential as an educational choice.

Browse this page to gain insight into the many different homeschool teaching styles. Identify which one best fits you as a homeschooling parent.

Check the descriptions of the three most common student learning styles, and determine which one most closely matches your child.

Find some helpful tools to assist you in your homeschooling efforts.

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Homeschool Teaching Styles

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Homeschool Student Learning Styles

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Homeschool Student Learning Styles

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Visual Learners
Visual learners learn best when seeing information.

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Auditory Learners
Auditory learners learn best when hearing information.

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Kinesthetic Learners

Kinesthetic learners learn best when feeling information or moving while receiving information.

For more details on the characteristics of each of these learning styles, and the most common ways each of these types of learners flourish and struggle, read our blog article, “A Quick, Easy, and Painless Checklist for Discovering and Developing Your Child’s Learning Styles.

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PUBLIC LIBRARY

One helpful -- and free -- resource is your local public library. If you don’t have a library card yet, get one! Of course, you can check out books, both fiction and nonfiction, but public libraries offer many additional resources. 

The State Library of Iowa also has a number of tools available. They can be accessed using your local library card, or you can obtain a State Library card to use them.

Read our blog article, "Check Out Your Local Library's Incredible FREE Resources."

HSLDA WEBSITE

Another very helpful - and free - resource is the Home School Legal Defense Association's  website.

There, you’ll find pages devoted to all types of homeschooling topics. Here are just a few:


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