Accommodating Learning Style in your Children – Learning Style Online Test

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Accommodating learning style in your children is not only helpful in homeschool families, but all families in general. It can make homework and educational time joyful instead of full of tears and frustration. 

Please Note: This online personality test is no longer FREE at this time.

I was fascinated to find out my children's learning type with this FREE test!

It can actually make or break your child’s educational journey.

I had no idea that there were actually 8 types of learners before I read, A Parent’s Playbook for Learning. In fact, I was so elated that I read the entire book on an airplane. It was like a light bulb went off and I realized our homeschool days could be so much more productive if I would only accommodate to my 6 children’s learning styles.

Yes, I get giddy when I know something so simple can make the biggest difference in our everyday lives.

Learning Style Online Test

Then, I found Kidzmet.  I must enlighten you in the most valuable tool for all parents and educators.

What is Kidzmet

Kidzmet is a comprehensive plan to help parents, teachers, and students maximize each child’s learning experience through teaching in the specific way they learn best. 

Our vision for Kidzmet® is to get the next generation of kids thinking about learning like we, as adults, think about food.

Kidzmet strives to make sure as many teachers and parents as possible have the tools to learn how to speak speak our kids’ learning languages.


How Kidzmet Worked for our Family

I had each of my 6 children take the learning style online test which told me the learning styles and suggested the many ways all my children were gifted and gave me specific tactics and strategies to help my children excel in learning. I had my younger ones 4 and 7 take the shorter version of the tests. The older children were able to easily complete the longer terst in about 10 to 15 minutes.

Finding out your children's learning style can make all the difference in their education.

I was amazed to find out that all my children had different learning styles except 2 of them. These two children who are extremely similar in many areas are Introverted Intuitive(Judger). Since I have a large family and they all tend to learn differently, I read the entire book, A Playbook for Learning, to gain greater knowledge and suggestions on how to help my children make the most of their education. After realizing and understanding why our homeschool days tended to be a bit crazy at times, I am a much more patient mom. Yay!

and here are my thoughts on why every parent needs to take advantage of  Kidzmet today….

How to Get Started with Kidzmet

First, have your children take the  learning style online test.  The test will give you a greater vision on how your child learns best. It will give you strategies to help your child make the most of learning time. It’s amazing to me that when learning is not a chore, the concepts are instilled much easier in their little minds.

Second, once you discover your childs learning style, you will definitely want to dive straight into A Parent’s Playbook for Learning. Grab a highlighter because you will be highlighting all the cool ideas to make learning a joy for your children.

Third, after you make a concise plan for your each of your children.
Fourth, you will want to read 101 Learning Activities. This  multiple intelligence based book has been developed to give parents ideas of how to flex their child’s mind muscles in enjoyable ways. FUN ways that celebrate and embrace the whole child instead of just a small piece of his or her potential. You can do these activities with all your children together. We had fun with the dinner conversations and playing Kine-Simon.

 So what are you waiting for? Give your child the learning style test and be sure to take the profile test yourself, so you can evaluate the differences among your family members.

 You will be so thankful your children all took the FREE Learning Style Online Test! Get started today!


  1. Rachel Harris says:

    I have two wonderful children! 🙂

  2. We have 5 children ages 10 and under. We will begin homeschooling this fall. This looks like a great resource to have.

  3. I have 3 boys – 2 of them school age. I would love to understand them a little more.

  4. We have four little boys. I have been very interested in learning more about their learning styles.

  5. Crystal says:

    I have 2 kids, age 7 and 5. This will be our second year homeschooling but I would love to know more about how they learn best.

  6. I have 7 children.

  7. Blessed to have five wonderful children… all very unique, and each very loved! 🙂

  8. I have 5 kids. The older ones were recently reading one of my husband’s books about discovering the perfect job. It had a part about personalities/learning styles. They were fascinated so I’m sure they will have fun taking this test.

  9. I have 4 children. 3 girls and a boy.

  10. Jennifer says:

    I have one child.

  11. Jennifer says:

    I have two children.

  12. Molly Cash says:

    I have 3 boys, ages 3, 9, & 13. This looks like a great way to know how to really reach them!

  13. Regina Musich says:

    I have 2 beautiful kids.

  14. Tara S. says:

    2 kids plus 1 on the way.

  15. Cherie Trisler says:

    I have 3 children, though our oldest is out on her own, now. The 2 at home are nearly 14 and 7, so lots of years of homeschooling to come. I was excited to see this, because my oldest doesn’t seem to fit the profile of any of the traditional types of learner. I’m curious to see what his is.

  16. Michele Smit says:

    We are blessed to have 10 children ages 18 years to 3 months.

  17. Leah Williams says:

    I have five children.

  18. sabrina says:

    I have 3 children. Thanks for this giveaway! 🙂

  19. Melanie S says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. The learning style test will be so helpful with my two (very different) kids.

  20. Melanie Hawk says:

    this is a wonderful and thoughtful giveaway. i have two boys. one is a special needs child that I homeschool. 🙂

  21. I would love to learn about my 2-1/2 daughter more

  22. One granddaughter we are homeschooling.

  23. Shay Perry says:

    I have 2 kiddos!

  24. Joann Noll says:

    I have one son. (We will be starting to try for another)

  25. Shannon Yeakley says:

    I have one 11 year old son.

  26. Juli R. says:

    Biologically, I have one. Scout-wise, about 14. Work? Around 150. And 6 more at church. 🙂

  27. I have one daughter. I’m always interested in learning more about how different children learn best – this sounds fascinating!

  28. I have one child. He is extremely active, but extremely smart. He remembers everything. He and I have completely different personalities, so I’m finding it difficult to know how to teach him.

  29. Brenda Saball says:

    I have one daughter

  30. Rebekah Mick says:

    I have four children 3 boys 1 girl and are they fun.

  31. Amey Post Watts says:

    I really need to understand the learning styles and how to appropriately construct a curriculum for my 2 girls.

  32. I have two kids….one at home.

  33. I have a 6 year old and I am a full time nanny for a 5, 6 and 9 year old.

  34. I am clicking the link for the free learning styles test and it takes me to kidzmet to sign up and wants me to pay $49.95 to sign up and then begin profiling my kid. Am I missing where the free test is? Thank you for such great resources. Happy to have found you! Blessings, Kimberly

    • Hi Kimberly,

      Thank you for bringing that to my attention. This post was written months ago when it was FREE. I just got word from the owner and they now only offer a membership site. Thanks again for bringing that to my attention.

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