learners grasp ideas through seeing.These learners like visual enhancements
such as slides, pictures, graphs, videos, demonstrations and the like.
He or she might have a vivid imagination, and possess the ability to focus
visually on the teacher for a long period of time. If you were to ask the
first thing thought of when hearing the word "dog", it might
be a mental picture of the complete animal. Visual learners can see the
information they learn in their mind like a movie picture.
home, providing plenty of visual stimuli can greatly help learning. Resource/picture
books, documentaries, the library and more will be a useful benefit. For
example, let's say you want to introduce your child to origami. As well
as providing a how-to book, perhaps actively watching a video or instructor
actually going through the steps will help instill the concept in your
another example? Perhaps you want to teach your child mixed addition. Print
out a number of examples and actively sit down walk your child through
the adventure of solving equations. By visually watching you perform the
necessary steps first, your child should have an easier time doing