Happy National Crochet Month! Welcome to the 18th day of Crochetville's annual NatCroMo blog tour. In the spirit of National Crochet month and the blog tour, please consider supporting Halos of Hope by donating or by making crochet hats for cancer patients.
If you're visiting Illuminate Crochet for the first time today, welcome! I hope you'll make yourself comfortable. I've got crochet tutorials, unique patterns, community connections, and some funny stuff here to educate and entertain you. Read to the end of the post to find an exclusive coupon code for NatCroMo readers.
Today we are going to explore learning styles. What are learning styles? It is theorized that there are four main styles of learning -- visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile. In other words, learning by looking, learning by listening, learning by doing, and learning by touching. Knowing which style or combination of styles is best for you can help you to achieve and reach your highest potential both in crochet and in other pursuits.
Are you ready to find out what kind of learner you are and how you can improve your crochet skills? Take this quiz! While this quiz is based on real educational concepts, the results are for entertainment purposes.
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