Discover How You and Your Children Learn the Best!

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Learning Success Institute. All opinions are 100% my very own.

Are you a parent who is struggling to keep your student on task with their school work?

Are you an adult that needs some time management skills to tally off everything on your To-Do List?

If so, I have a simple solution that will make your life much simpler and rewarding for both you and your child.

 Make learning successful for you and your child.

A Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile has been used by tens of thousands of students, parents, teachers, and adults seeking to enhance the way they learn, work, teach and/or communicate. It’s one of the most accurate ways to discover how you and your children learn the most successfully.

Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile is recommended for ages 8 and up. It helps to discover your disposition, modality, environment, and interests in order for you to learn and communicate well with others.

How Learning Success Has Worked For Us

Being a homeschool mom of multiple ages and learning types, the Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile has made a huge difference in our family’s education. I have children that attend public school and two that are homeschool, and this  Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile has helped me aid them in completing their homeschool lessons and homework in a timely manner without all the unnecessary tears.

Each of my children have different strengths and weaknesses. They also all learn differently in various environments. We are a large family, so quietness is not the norm around our home. Here, you must make a constant effort to remove yourself from the center living space to catch a glimpse of quiet. 


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First, I felt that it was important that I took the Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile myself to see where my strengths and weaknesses were. I realized that noise helps me concentrate on getting my paperwork, lesson plans, and work accomplished in a timely manner. Also, my profile concluded that I am not strong in math or science, so I probably need for my children to have their dad help them with these subjects, if possible. The most beneficial information to me was that I am so different from two of my children that it makes teaching them a little more difficult for me. I know I need to focus on their needs more closely in order to be the meek and quiet mom I desire to be. 

Second, my older son took the profile and it really helped him decide on which dual college credit courses to take this semester. He realized that it would be best for him to actually attend the courses on campus rather than online. Also, he is applying for a part time job, and the profile encouraged him to seek more of a physical position rather than an administrative type at this time.

Next, my 5th grader took the Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile by himself. I prompted him with the initial questions and he easily completed the profile without assistance from me. He is one that must come home from school and complete his homework on his bed with absolute quiet. This makes the evening go much smoother for all of us. Homework must be completed before he watches TV or plays on his computer. 

I am thrilled we took these Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profiles to help our family realize how we are all created differently, and we now comprehend what and how we need to accommodate our home and schedule to be a successful family academically and socially.

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  1. I think this product could be beneficial to help me in teaching my children at home. I already have an idea as to our learning styles, but a new perspective and some helpful advice would be good to have.

  2. I would love to try this out. I have read other blogs and tried to identify my sons learning style, but I haven’t figured it out yet.

  3. This sounds very interesting and helpful! I would love to know exactly how each of my children learn.

  4. Natasha Marlow says:

    I think it would be really helpful to see everyone in our family’s learning styles. I think it would help in many areas, not just education!!

  5. By finding the style your child learns best in will help them retain the information that is needed for life success. It will also cut out the frustration for the me and my daughters if I had the right tools for them to learn and feel successful.

  6. My husband and our son, both have ADD. I think it would be a tremendous help to see how they could learn best and to know if I, as homeschool mom, am doing the best I can for our son’s learning environment. Our youngest daughter may also have ADD. Our oldest just graduated from homeschool high school; and before she starts classes at our local community college, it would be nice for her to know as well. Thanks!

  7. Theresa Evans says:

    I believe our homeschool day would go much smoother and with less meltdown if I knew their learning styles. I have not been able to figure it out on my own. Thanks for the giveaway.

  8. Learning styles go along way to reaching the learner. And learning styles change as the learner grows. I’m always in search of a good tool to assess my kids’ learning. With very active kids, I’m always on the lookout on how to present information in a way that they will hang on to it.

  9. I’d love to try this out so I know how to teach each of my kids. I homeschool, and they’re all very different.

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