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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
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
How To: Short video showing how to make your own durable multisensory gel bags. Ideas for using gel bags are included.
What do you do when your students get stuck on a word? Read this step-by-step guide to help you teach your students to decode independently.
Jan Durrence saved to literacy
Using a multisensory teaching approach is an evidence-based practice that supports all students. There is a lot of evidence to supports that a multisensory approach is especially beneficial for reading instruction. Multisensory teaching combines visual, auditory & kinesthetic-tactile components. In reading instruction, multisensory teaching can include manipulatives, gestures, and auditory cues/ speaking to teach and learn skills. If you want to read more about multi-sensory learning, check…
Dottie Mae saved to Art activities
WHAT IS MULTISENSORY LEARNING? For most of our phonics lessons, our students have to engage their senses of sight and hearing. They look at what we present to them and listen to what we’re saying in order to process information and store it for later. Multi-sensory learning, on the other hand, eng
lea butler saved to Tutoring Tools
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
I recently shared a post about why an explicit phonics lesson should be a part of our daily ELA block. By outlining what I do in my sm...
Angela Robbins saved to Reading Groups
How to implement multisensory learning for struggling readers into your classroom, small group instruction, or one on one.
(This post contains affiliate links.)Hi everyone! It's back to school time and I'm sure you're busy getting all your classrooms prepared and supplies organized. I work with students all year round, but I certainly use
Terri Iversen saved to OG