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WORD SMART

(Verbal Learning Style)

Children who are Word Smart think in words instead of pictures. They are pretty good spellers and like listening to stories. They express themselves well and are usually good listeners and recall spoken information. Language fascinates them, and they enjoy learning new words and exploring ways to creatively use language, as in poetry. They may enjoy learning new languages, memorizing tongue twisters and playing word games.

How They Learn: They prefer activities that are based on language reasoning rather than abstract visual information. Math word problems are more appealing to verbal linguistic learners than solving equations. They usually enjoy writtenprojects, speech and drama classes, debate and language classes.

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Sample Exercise
What We Do
Let a fairytale come alive.
Through story telling, costumes and props we create a dramatic play or stage a puppet show.