Learning Styles activity with answers

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  • 1. Activity 1 worksheet together... & Children’s work Unlocking Youth Learning Styles gameThere are sixteen statements below: four statements for each learning style. Cut out the statements, shufflethem about and see if you can place them in the right learning style category... Unlocking Youth & Children’s work together... ✁ on ‘the’ much emphasisNeeds and likes to visualise things too busy? too ✁Learns through images - can remember the pictures on a page ✁Enjoys art and drawing ✁Plays with Lego and other construction toys, and likes jigsaw puzzles ✁Processes knowledge through physical sensations ✁Highly active, not able to sit still long ✁Shows you rather than tells you ✁Wants to touch and feel the world around them ✁Thinks in words and verbalises concepts ✁Has excellent memory for names, dates and trivia ✁Likes word games ✁Enjoys using CD recordings and often musically talented ✁Enjoys puzzles and seeing how things work ✁Constantly questions and wonders ✁Does mental arithmetic easily ✁Enjoys strategy games, computers and experiments with a purpose ✁
  • 2. Learning Styles game board Visual Kinaesthetic learner learner Auditory Logical learner learner
  • 3. Learning Styles game - answersVisual learner Needs and likes to visualise things Learns through images - can remember the pictures on a pageEnjoys art and drawing ion toy s, and likes jigsaw puzzles Plays with Lego and other constructKinaesthetic learner Highly active, not able to sit still long Wants to touch and feel the world aro und themShows you rather than tells you Processes knowledge through physical sensationsAuditory learner Thinks in words and verbalises concepts tes and triviaHas excellent memory for names, da Likes word games Enjoys using CD recordings and often musically talentedLogical learner Enjoys puzzles and seeing how things work Constantly questions and wonders Does mental arithmetic easily Enjoys strategy games, computers and experiments with a purpose