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Is your child artistic, great with faces (but not names); does she have a strong sense of color?  She may be a visual learner.
Does your child jump right into an activity without asking how to do it? Is he unusually coordinated for his age? Perhaps he's a kinesthetic learner.
Is your child a visual or a kinesthetic learner? Here's how to use your child's strengths to build math skills at home.
Every child learns differently.  If your child loves jokes, constantly sings or hums, and is louder than other kids, chances are she's an auditory learner.
Do learning styles such as kinesthetic, auditory, and visual really exist? Find out what the learning style debate is all about.
What is my learning style? For teens, finding the answer is the key to memorizing the quadratic formula and other important concepts in school.
Here are some practical parenting tips for how to help your kinesthetic learner.
Identifying learning styles can help in finding strategies for success in school. Here are characteristics of, and techniques for, the visual learner.
Tests and homework are generic -- so what does that mean for your kid's individual needs? Give him an educational boost with a personalized education.
School kids learn better when their parents help. Here's how to tell if educational resources like workbooks fit your child's program.
Here is a technique that you can use to make spelling practice easier for your child.
Auditory learners learn best by hearing information and using self-talk, but how do you know if your child is an auditory learner? Education.com has the answer!
What are 'Multiple Intelligences?'  An inside look into Dr. Howard Gardner's theories and what they could mean to your child.
How do you inspire a love of learning and a drive for achievement in your child?
Whether your child is a kinesthetic, auditory, or visual learner, these parenting tips will help you help your little one reach their full potential.
There are lots of fun ways to nurture individual learning styles and independent thinking skills at home. Here's what the experts suggest.
Is it really possible that a mom's bad mood can rub off on her kid? Research says yes.
Do you find your kids frantically trying to cram those words into memory at the last minute? Here are some ways to prepare for the test, without the stress.
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