STEP #3: STUDY YOUR CHILD



Every ChiLD IS DIFFERENT

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!


What is Your Child's Learning Style?

Children will often have a particular way they learn best.
Although some utilize all three of these styles,
most will tend toward one dominant style.
Try to design your child's educational program
with learning styles in mind.

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Visual Learners
Visual learners learn best using maps, diagrams, charts, graphs, and symbolic presentations.

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Auditory Learners

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

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Read/Write Learners

Read/Write  learners learn best with information presented in a written format and by writing notes.

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Kinesthetic Learners

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

WANT MORE DETAILS?
Check our blog post, "Discovering & Developing Your Child's Learning Styles" for details and links for each style.

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Or visit our "Homeschooling Styles & Tools" page.

© Homeschool Iowa & Julie Naberhaus adapted from "The ABC's of Homeschooling in Iowa" by Julie Naberhaus

 

Keep calm and pretend it's on your lesson plan.

 
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