If the following statements describe you, then

You Are A Mover...

(also known as a Bodily-Kinesthetic Learner)

  • You simply love (and have a need) to move.
  • You enjoy physical activities including sports and like to learn through touching things, using your body to relate to the world around you.
  • You can sometimes have a hard time sitting still and often need to learn through physical repetition.
  • You like activities that involve physically creating or manipulating things.
  • As a child you were probably an active, very physical pretender.
  • You often use a lot of body language to communicate your ideas.

Step Three: Connect

Now that you have identified one of your dominant learning strengths, you can more easily approach your teaching in ways that meet the specific learning needs of your children while also honoring your preferred methods of learning at the same time.  (In other words, when you know more about how you prefer to learn, you can better understand how your children learn.)  With this in mind, I created the chart below with fun learning activities for both you and your kids to enjoy together, no matter what method of learning they prefer.

As an extra bonus, when you click on any of the learning suggestions that are underlined in orange text, I have added links to specific product recommendations related to each activity. Please note that my sister company, Playing2Learn will earn a commission (at no additional cost to you) should you choose to purchase through them.  Thanks in advance for your support!

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These suggestions are just the beginning and I hope they help you think of even more ways to enjoy learning together with your children.  (And if you like this, I have much more to share— see details at the bottom of this page...)

A) Bodily-Kinesthetic Learner 

(A Mover)

B) Interpersonal Learner 

(A Talker)

C) Intrapersonal Learner 

(A Thinker)

D) Logical-Mathematical Learner 

(An Organizer)

A) Bodily-Kinesthetic Learner

(A Mover)

Incorporate movement & physical repetition to learn a concept

Invite your child & their friends to participate in a hands-on learning activity that also involves discussion

Ask your child to help you plan a fun field trip & then go & follow your plan

E) Musical Learner 

(A Performer)

F) Naturalistic Learner 

(An Observer)

G) Verbal-Linguistic Learner 

(A Writer)

H) Visual-Spatial Learner 

(An Presenter)

A) Bodily-Kinesthetic Learner

(A Mover)

Go somewhere unfamiliar & use a map to figure out where you are going

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