Kids Learning Activities

Isn't it exciting watching the way children learn? The kids learning activities below will help us to encourage our children to explore a variety of ways to respond to their learning.

As we engage in the world around us, exploring, reading, researching, observing... we learn. We respond to what we learn in a variety of ways also. This page will be filled with ways we can encourage our children to respond to their learning through worthwhile activities and how to deepen and explore content even further.

Remember that your children are different... as if you didn't know that!!

It's good to contemplate their different learning styles. You will often be able to tell what their learning style is by what he/she loves and hates to do.

See some books on Learning Styles below.

Learning Activities:

  • Written presentations

Books on Learning Styles and Activities that suit each style:

Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child's Unique Learning Style
By Cheri Fuller / NAV Press

Give your child an "A" for advantage when it comes to her education! By understanding your child's learning style---auditory, visual, or kinesthetic---and its unique perspectives and abilities, you're able to work with teachers to craft an environment that'll help her succeed in school and life. Brimming with practical suggestions and creative tips. 144 pages, softcover from NavPress.

Discover Your Child's Learning Style
By Mariaemma Willis, M.S. & Victoria Kindle Hodson, M.A. / Random House, Inc

There are scores of educational approaches---but which is right for your child? Forcing every learner into the same mold leads to underachieving students and frustrated parents. Through tests and assessment exercises, this resource helps you measure their unique strengths, interests, and inner pace. Using informed, learner-appropriate techniques, you'll nurture your child's yearning for excellence in classwork and life. 272 pages, softcover from Prima.

Every Child Can Succeed
By Cynthia Tobias / Tyndale House

Cynthia Tobias, author of the best seller The Way They Learn, shows how to use a learning styles approach to help your kids live up to their potential and find success in life. By identifying your child's unique learning style, you'll understand what makes your son or daughter respond or resist. This book will encourage you to realize that, no matter how different the style or personality, success is possible for every child.