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Multisensory learning is beneficial for students with dyslexia to help activate multiple areas of the brain. Find out some simple multisensory phonics strategies you can use with your students!
Amy Burns saved to K-3 L Lessons
Multisensory Math Activities that Really Work - The Literacy Nest. Post written by a mutlsensory math tutor sharing what resources to use and what needs to be understood to do well in math. #mathformiddles #math #middleschool
I use a lot of tracing in my Orton-Gillingham lesson plans. When I introduce a new phonogram, students will trace the letters while saying the sound. When I introduce a new prefix or suffix, students
Meghan Kovacs saved to Orton Gillingham
Writing doesn't just have to be about putting pencil to paper. In fact, there are so many writing activities for kids that never use paper, pencils, or pens. They are perfect for young children, as
Comenzy Zhao saved to Writting
Multisensory teaching is not just crucial for kids with dyslexia, or within Orton-Gillingham lesson plans, it is good solid teaching for
Victoria Cattell saved to Sensory learning
If you’re looking for some hands on ways to practice spelling, this post is full of ideas! Kids really engage in learning when it's combined with play. Pin these ideas so you can find them when it’s time to motivate your kids to study their spelling.
Laura Candler saved to Everything Elementary
Learn how multisensory instruction can help students learn to read, get multisensory word mapping ideas, as well as a FREE CVC Word Mapping activity for kindergarten, first and second grade students.
Angie Guiles saved to Teach 1st
31 hands-on activities for teaching the alphabet in your preschool or pre-k classroom. Multi-sensory techniques to make learning fun!
Andrea Beecher saved to Preschool
Here are a few tracing and tactile tools, that are inexpensive and easy for you to make and take to your Orton-Gillingham lessons. #ortongillingham #phonics #reading #spelling #activity #tactiletool #multisensory #slp #tutor #teacher #homeschool via @pridereading
Maureen Tennant saved to guided reading
Multisensory Spelling Strategies fro Teaching the Floss Rule. If you are seeking more multisensory activities, these Floss Rule Activities may help you and your students. The Literacy Nest #multisensoryspelling #flossrule #multisensoryactivities #ortongillinghamlessons
Andrea Veatch saved to School Ideas