Getting and Keeping A Kinesthetic Learner's Attention

A classroom in a Japanese high school, author strngwrldfrwl, via Flickr, used under the terms of the CC-by-sa-2.0 licenseKinesthetic learners are as hands-on as they come. Physical activities that let them move their entire body, and hands-on activities and manipulatives are the key to getting and keeping their attention. Our tips and activity plans can help get your students up and moving, no matter their age. You'll also find information and articles on multiple intelligences, and techniques for integrating your kinesthetic students with other learning styles in the classroom. We address all ages, from preschool to adult learners, and rotate content frequently--so remember to check back for new ideas, and let us know what you think of the activities you tried.

A classroom in a Japanese high school, author strngwrldfrwl, via Flickr, used under the terms of the CC-by-sa-2.0 license

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