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December Multisensory Handwriting Activities - Your Therapy Source
DECEMBER MULTI SENSORY HANDWRITING ACTIVITIES: December multi-sensory handwriting worksheets that include movement, scissor skills, gluing, “rainbow” writing and handwriting practice. Also includes a scoring rubric to track progress.(AD)
Multisensory Alphabet Activities - Your Therapy Source
Multisensory Alphabet Activities digital download includes 26 activity pages for each letter of the alphabet plus a bonus rubric to track progress. Research indicates that children need to master four components in order to identify letters: letter recognition – the ability to recognize the shape and size of the letter, letter naming – recognizing that the shape of the letter is associated with a letter name, letter sound knowledge – determining what sound corresponds to the shape or name (AD)
Do you want to download this ABC Activity Freebie?
Use this free printable abc activity to help kids learn letter recognition and letter sounds. The alphabet clip cards are a great multi-sensory activity. Perfect for your literacy centers, ELA centers, and work stations. For kids in preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Use for a take-home activity or letter of the week activity.
Syllable Division Strips
This is a wonderful multisensory syllable division activity. My students enjoy it and it is very effective in teaching syllable division pattern one (vc/cv). Your students will actually cut (with scissors) words into syllables! To prepare the lesson you simply print out the strips and cut them into individual words.
8 multisensory techniques for teaching reading
Multisensory instruction is a way of teaching that engages more than one sense at a time. For kids with reading issues like dyslexia, the use of sight, hearing, movement and touch can be helpful for learning. Here are a few of many possible examples of multisensory techniques teachers use to help struggling readers.