The three primary sensory learning models are:
Visual (eyes), auditory (ears), and kinesthetic (touch or hands-on). Many children learn by incorporating all three. However, it is quite common to have a preferred and dominant style of learning. If you a child is strong in one style of learning it’s possible to use it to excel and compensate for any styles of learning that are less developed.
manual and physical activity, games involving manipulating objects or moving about, gardening, building
listening to the teacher and others, music, videos; talking, shouting, whispering, singing, rhymes, story-telling, clapping rhythmically to indicate syllabic stress
Taste / smell
sampling food and drink, essential oils
text, pictures, graphics, photo, video, teacher led activities, board work
handling different objects, making things, describing shapes, gesturing, gardening, making mud pies, building blocks, hand to eye coordination, cutting, gluing, painting