How to share
success criteria
with young children
Using auditory
Using auditory
visual and
Using auditory
visual and
kinaesthetic prompts
Visual learners learn information
best by seeing it.
An auditory learner learns
information best by hearing it.
A tactile/kinaesthetic learner
learns information best by
touching it or experiencing it
Children all have different
learning styles and we are
going to show you a Literacy
and Numeracy example
using all three.
Remember it is important to
involve the children in creating
success criteria.
You can use visual, auditory
and kinaesthetic prompts
for example “What is going to
make me TICKLED PINK with
your work?”
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How to share success criteria with young children