How To Homeschool Visual Learners
Dig out your
library card! Visual Learners learn best through reading and writing.
They think in words and are natural readers and spellers.
"Traditional" curriculum and teaching methods are a perfect fit.
Unsure of your child's learning style? Find out with this learning
There are two types of visual learners. Visual
Print learners learn through reading and writing. Visual Spatial learners learn through pictures.
- Learn through reading and writing
- Think in words
- Learn to read easily with a phonics program
- Have strong reading comprehension skills
- Remember what has been read
- Are strong spellers
- Often highlight while they read
- Take notes during lectures or from reading assignments
- Learn sequentially (step-by-step)
Homeschool Curriculum For Visual Print Learners
Choose curriculum that includes lots of reading and
assignments. Textbook/workbook and literature-based programs
Keep in mind they are often distracted and confused by
diagrams and illustrations.
Here is a list of homeschool
suited for the Visual Print learning style. Or
Print Learning Activities
Download the Visual Print Lesson Idea Worksheet
help you plan lessons.
- Assigned reading
- Outline of the unit as a handout
- Written directions for assignments
Visual Print Learner...
- Read, read, and read some more
- Take notes during lectures or after reading
- Write essays, creative stories, poem,
- Use workbooks and worksheets
- Highlight while reading
- Write research papers
- Create a timeline of events
All homeschooling styles work for Visual Print Learners. Use
the learning activities (from above) and the Visual Print Lesson Idea Worksheet for the following homeschooling methods...
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