The articles linked below offer tips or activities to help strengthen Auditory Learning skills, such as listening, speaking, and discussing, even if auditory skills are not the main focus of the article.
10 Ways to Ease into Homeschooling
10 Ways to Improve a Lesson
100-Grids and Flashcard Bingo
Alternate Methods for Teaching English
Alternate Methods for Teaching Math
Alternate Methods for Teaching Science
Alternate Methods for Teaching Spelling
Applying Learning Styles with Skip-Counting
Auditory Learning Week, Monday: Top 10 Ways to Help Auditory Learners
Auditory Learning Week, Tuesday: #TakeMeBackTuesday, Auditory Learners
Auditory Learning Week, Wednesday: Most Misunderstood Trait of Auditory Learners
Auditory Learning Week, Thursday: #ThrowbackThursday, A Gem from the Auditory Archives
Auditory Learning Week, Friday: Top 10 Ways for an Older Auditory Learner to Help Himself
Beanbags (No-Sew DIY)
Building Blocks for Success in Math
Building Blocks for Success in Spelling
Grammar with Giggles, Mad Libs Style
Holidays Are Unit Studies — Learning During the Busy Season, The
Homeschool Summer Camp FUN!
Homeschool Summer Reading Activities
Hopscotch — A Powerful Learning Game
Involving Dads in Homeschooling
Is Learning Limited to Books?
Learning Styles v. It’s a Syndrome
Letter or Number Manipulatives (DIY)
Math Awareness: Tactile Counting
Math Measuring Tape
Money Land Game
Moving Answer Worksheet, The
My “Rule of 3”
“Mystery Boxes” and the Scientific Method
New Approach to Spelling-Word Lists, A
Preschool Is Not Brain Surgery
Social Skills — What Should I Teach My Preschooler?
Tactile Card Holders, Version 1
Tactile Card Holders, Version 2
Teaching Spelling (and Grammar) Through Reading and Listening
Value of Supplemental Activities, The
What Is the Missing Element?
What Made This a “Bad” Homeschool Day?
When Children Mispronounce Words