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"The visual spatial learner thrives on complexity, yet struggles with easy material; loves difficult puzzles, but hates drill and repetition; is great at geometry and physics, but poor at phonics and spelling. She has keen visual memory, but poor auditory memory; is creative and imaginative, but inattentive in class; is a systems thinker, all the while disorganized, forgets the details. He excels in math analysis, but is poor at calculation; has high reading comprehension, but low word recognition; has an excellent sense of humor, and performs poorly on timed tests."
by Linda Kreger Silverman
Ironically, even though VSL kids appear unorganized, they can often find a needle in a haystack.
When the picture in your head paints 1000 words, where do you begin to condense it all into a one page essay?
"Raising Topsy-Turvy Kids: Successfully Parenting Your Visual-Spatial Child" | http://amzn.to/aPF7zF
"If You Could See the Way I Think - A Handbook for Visual-Spatial Kids" | http://bit.ly/a5918c
"Visual-Spatial Learners" book by Golon http://bit.ly/biUG2Q