Is Your Child a Visual-Spatial Learner?
Please complete this quiz to find out more about your child's learning style.
|1.||Does your child think mainly in pictures instead of in words?||Yes||No|
|2.||Is your child good at solving puzzles or mazes?|
|3.||Does your child like to build with LEGOs, K'Nex, blocks, etc.?|
|4.||Does your child often lose track of time?|
|5.||Does your child know things without being able to tell how or why?|
|6.||Does your child remember how to get to places visited only once?|
|7.||Can your child feel what others are feeling?|
|8.||Does your child remember what is seen and forget what is heard?|
|9.||Does your child solve problems in unusual ways?|
|10.||Does your child have a vivid imagination?|
|11.||Is your child talented in music, dance, art or drama?|
|12.||Can your child visualize objects from different perspectives?|
|13.||Is your child organizationally challenged?|
|14.||Does your child love playing on the computer?|
|15.||Is your child terrible at spelling?|
|16.||Does your child like taking things apart to see how they work?|
|17.||Does your child have at least one visual-spatial parent?|
If you answered yes to at least 9 of the above questions, your child is most likely a visual-spatial learner.
From Golon, A. S. (2004). Raising Topsy-Turvy Kids: Successfully Parenting Your Visual-Spatial Child. Denver: DeLeon Publishing.
Reprinted with the permission of the Visual-Spatial Resource. © 2004-2007, Visual-Spatial Resource. All rights reserved.
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