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Multi-Sensory Learning

Multi-Sensory Learning

Multi-Sensory Learning

One of THE most important things you can do as a parent is help make learning fun for your children. If they are bored, they will have no interest, and also have a more difficult time cooperating and will ultimately not learn. One way to appeal to all types of learners is incorporate multi-sensory learning opportunities. Children are more likely to learn and remember when we provide them with the opportunities to use as many of their senses as possible when we are teaching them.  Finding activities where students use their eyes and ears are common, but work to find those activities where they can use their sense of touch and smell!  Here’s an idea:
When working on sounds, or spelling give your children fun ways to form letters and sounds.
This afternoon I worked on sounds with my child, we used a variety of sensory activities to go through the alphabet. I used flour, shaving cream, salt, building with popsicle sticks, molding play dough, and a magnadoodle. All of these were fun, my little boy loved switching to a new exciting way to write his letters each time, and he learned a lot!.
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