Learning at an early age occurs mainly at subconscious levels. The right balance between head and heart will lead to an efficient learning process.Young learners have their own learning strategies. Some will be visual: these pupils appear to remember words which they have seen. Others are auditory: pupils remember words they have heard. And there are pupils who remember words that have been linked to movement: they are kinaesthetic. Once we have got to know the personal preferences of our pupils, we can give them personal attention according to their special needs. In practice, these three preferences often appear to be mixed in a pupil’s learning strategy.