Multi-sensory materials can help students who learn differently to gain the skills necessary to read fluently. Created by a former first-grade teacher who has a passion for helping students with ADHD, dyslexia, and language processing challenges, these materials are colorful, engaging, and fun! Even more important, these projects provide the repetitions needed for solid learning to take place – without the drudgery!

Key point this article will help parents with children who have add. I also like the list of activities this article provides for parents.

Your child will be given kinesthetic, auditory, and visual activities to help them grow in their use of rhymes. These materials can be used in a small group or individually. Both indoor and outdoor activities are included (perfect for summer!). Best of all, there is a giveaway for which you can register!

Key Takeaways:

Multi-sensory approach includes auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning.
Repetition is key to learning new material.
Standard education approach pushes kids to read before they may be ready.

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