Apr 13, 2016

9 Tips for Teaching Kinesthetic Learners — Kindergarten Kiosk

If you came to visit my classroom, you would quickly notice that kids are moving. They are moving all the time! My philosophy is that children need discovery, choice, movement, and great active learning. Children who are kinesthetic learners learn best when they are moving, which can become a problem in classrooms where students are required to sit all day. Sitting still can be...

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