I had Johnny take his first ever personality quiz just now, called Kidzmet. Heh! I took it twice on his behalf (I did the text version and then the visual version and got slightly different results: Introverted Intuitive; Introverted Sensor) and then I had him do the visual one and he got something a little bit different.
All three came up "introverted" just like his parents.
Johnny's result was "introverted thinking."
I think all three types fit him to a degree. And really, what's a personality profile going to show in a 4-year-old? What he's like now isn't indicative of his learning styles on down the road.
I imagine over the coming months and year, learning styles will become more obvious. Right now, the results suggested he learns best by observing.
Also, I'm working my way through Cathy Duffy's 101 Top Pics for Homeschool Curriculum. I figure it would be better for me to work out my teaching style and my kids' learning styles, and determine what I'm seeking from a curriculum so I can make better decisions.
Right now, the "buy too much and figure it out later" approach isn't working :/. lol.
I seem to be a "Competent Carl," and I can see traits of that in Johnny as well.
At this point, I know that I will not, nor likely ever, find a curriculum that perfectly matches my goals with my kids' learning styles. I will have to tweak everything to some degree, no doubt. I know this.
More thoughts on that book to come.