Resources For Hands-On Learners

Educating hands-on learners requires more than a good textbook and sharp pencils. Tactile learners require activity, action, and stuff!

Stef Layton is the homeschooling mom to hands-on learning boys. She has shared so much of her hands-on wisdom with Homeschooling Today Magazine (subscribe today!) and it’s blog. This post is a collection of her hands-on blog posts.

If you are homeschooling hands-on learners, this is a great place to start. You’ll get advice and resources to make sure you can educate your kids the way God made them.

Hands-On Resources

signs of a hands-on learner

Signs Of A Hands-On Learner

planning hands-on activities

Planning Hands-On Activities

Hands On Reading - Make Maps

Hands- On Reading: Make Maps!

Hands-On Activities for Multiple Ages- Homeschooling Today Magazine


Hands-On Activities Including Multiple Ages

Sensitive to Yucky Textures, Help!! -


Sensitive To Yucky Textures

Storing all the hands-on stuff

Storing All The Hands-On Stuff

What are your favorite tips and resources for hands-on learners?


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