I recently had the opportunity to review Kidzmet, an award-winning tool for parents and teachers to help identify your students and children’s learning styles. As parent’s, we want our kids to succeed in school – to do their best and have the best tools to learn efficiently and well. Kidzmet can help us do that.
Their online free personality assessment helps you identify your child’s learning styles to help you determine the best ways for them to learn. Whether you homeschool or not, this is an excellent tool to help in all areas of learning from choosing curriculum, teaching a subject, or helping with homework. Kidzmet’s 101 Learning Activities helps you find the best activities to help your particular learner learn and retain materials. And their CD is full of resources to help every type of learner move through projects, brainstorm, and work on any type of learning exercise.
You can do their free personality assessment for each child and then order the appropriate playbook, or simply check out the Kidzmet website for some great, helpful tips. Or you can order a customized, personalized playbook to talk about your individual student, pinpointing the best ways to teach your child and help them learn.
Check out my complete review on Denschool and see what Kidzmet has to offer. You won’t be disappointed in all the Kidzmet has to offer.
And if you head over to Denschool, enter the February Giveaway for your chance to win one of FIVE (5) copies of A Parent’s Playbook for Learning, among quite a few wonderful prizes from All About Learning, Simply Fun, Kidzmet, WikkiStix, and Oak Meadow.
Kidzmet is a company that has done a tremendous amount of research in order to provide parents and teachers with resources to help their children be all they can be both academically and in life. Their goal is to be able to share with parents and teachers the value of each child (regardless of what standardized test scores say) and provide activity suggestions that would round out their students’ learning experiences. In the process, they hope their resources will create more engaged learners and lead students down a path toward more self-fulfilling career options. What parent wouldn’t want those things for their kids? All that to say, even if you do not choose to purchase any products from Kidzmet (although I think you’ll see that it’s totally worth it once you take a look), if you have any children or grandchildren in your life, you should seriously consider having them complete the free online survey . You will learn a lot about your children and how to best reach them intellectually, emotionally, and physically. Shoot, I learned so much about Peanut, I went back and took the survey for myself and learned even more about me! I’m a kinesthetic learner; no wonder I do my best thinking while exercising!