Do you have a child who is analytical, prefers to play it safe, likes to be alone, or any combination there of?
If you do, then you probably have a left-brain learner. This is a person who tends to lean on the aspects of the left side of the brain when it comes to learning rather than the right.
A short while ago, I went looking for some homeschool tips for helping left-brain learners. Unfortunately, I didn’t find a huge amount of information because most curriculum is geared towards left-brain learners, however, I did find a few article that I think will help you out.
Here they are.
Tips for Helping Left-Brain Learners
Characteristics of a Left-Brained Child on Brain Balance – Learn some of the behaviors and characteristics of a left-brained child.
Left-Brain Learners on Homeschool With Love – Learn the characteristics of left-brain learners as well as tips for helping them on my other blog.
Homeschooling a Left Brain Child a/k/a Socially Awkward and a Bit Nerdy on Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus – Tina describes methods she used to help her left-brain child learn.
I hope these posts on left-brain learners helped you out. I will add more as I find them so you may want to check back here later.
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