Kinesthetic (or Tactile) Learners may not fit the mold of the “ideal” student. They are active learners. They need to move, and use all of their senses in the learning process. But, most educational strategies, methodologies, and contexts involve passive learning (watching, or listening), so a traditional classroom setting can be a struggle for these active learners.
Do you have an active and energetic wiggle worm? Your school days may need to look a little different than most…but, they may also be a lot more fun!
In the current issue of Homeschool Life Magazine, I’m writing about the Kinesthetic Learning Style, and some strategies that we can all incorporate to make our school days more hands-on!
Check it out!