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DOING (HANDS ON)

 

The tactile learner learns best by doing, writing or building. They use their fine motor skills a lot, so objects may be needed. Tactile learners think practically and find meaning and purpose in what they do. Being responsible and dependable, tactile learners complete tasks and meet deadlines on time. They are great organizers, knowing how to make things neat, tidy and clean.

 
 
 

Tactile skills are strengthened with our programs through:
worksheets, sign-language, hands-on activities or projects,
and anything that requires touch, rhythm or has a beat.