Posted by: Cathi Brese Doebler | November 9, 2009

Suggestions for Auditory learners

In an earlier blog post, I wrote about three learning styles.  One of the learning styles is the Auditory learner. 

If you think that your child is an Auditory learner, here are some ways to help him or her learn:

  • Keep the room quiet; free of conversations, music, television, etc.
  • Locate learning away from doors or windows that may let noises in from outside.
  • Have your child practice saying the information out loud.
  • Use rhymes and jingles to learn information.
  • Talk about ways to change a picture in a book to a verbal description of that information.
  • Have your child read the directions out loud, or read them out loud with your child.

I will write ideas for the other two types of learners in future posts.


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