STUDY YOUR CHILD

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What is Your Child's Grade Level?

Wait! This is a trick question!

You see, homeschooled children are often working at several different grade levels, in several different subjects, at any one time -- that's the beauty of home education! So don't get stressed out here! Some homeschooling parents are comforted (or challenged -- depending upon the parent!) by checking out a standard "scope & sequence" chart to see what a "typical" child is learning at each grade level. Click the button below if you would like to view a sample scope & sequence chart.

SCOPE & SEQUENCE CHART
What is Your Child's Learning Style?

It can be helpful to consider whether your child has a particular learning style. Although some children utilize all three of these styles listed below, many children will tend toward one. For more details, visit our Homeschooling Styles & Approaches web page. Try to design your child's educational program with these considerations in mind.

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Visual Learners
Visual learners learn best using pictures, videos, printed instructions and reading silently.

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Auditory Learners

Auditory learners learn best using CDs, audio tapes, verbal instructions, and listening to someone reading aloud.

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Kinesthetic Learners
Auditory learners learn best with manipulatives, hand-on projects, games, and lots of examples.

© 2018 Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators & Julie Naberhaus adapted from "The ABC's of Homeschooling in Iowa" by Julie Naberhaus

 

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