Different Learning Styles

As we grow older, we may find ourselves responding better to certain stimuli better than others. Perhaps over time, you’ll find yourself engaging better with auditory content better than visual demonstrations. In this article, the author examines the relationship between learning styles and the accelerated acquisition of basic concepts for kindergarten children.

“Learning behavior or learning styles have been described as keystone or learning to learn skills foundational to school success because they are relatively mutable and because their improvement tends to transfer to similar behaviors and to generalize more readily to collateral phenomena, such as academic achievement, social adjustment, and potentially even to cognitive ability.”

Developing an awareness of your children’s ever-changing learning styles will not only allow them to succeed academically but also allow you to supplement their needs beyond the traditional classroom setting. 

“It is observed that many of the kindergarten teachers prefer to use verbal teaching and visual materials… as visual and auditory learning styles are related to the perception stage of the learning process, kinesthetic learning is related to the information processing stage (moving, interaction, active action while learning) as well as perception stage (touching, tasting, smelling).”

Beyond the classroom, Blooming Bebe classes are engaging our babies with auditory, kinesthetic, and visual activities to keep them actively perceiving their surroundings and processing that information. What’s your child’s learning style? Come and discover it with our mentors and classes!


Balat, Gulden Uyanik. “Https://Pdfs.semanticscholar.org/91ec/e1d6c38c79646d04f9010aeaab3e9f7ccf91.Pdf.” AcademicJournals, pdfs.semanticscholar.org/91ec/e1d6c38c79646d04f9010aeaab3e9f7ccf91.pdf.