• Multi-Sensory Strategies & Skills

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    Multisensory learning is essentially the theory that students learn best when using more than ne sense.  Most multi-sensory learning programs integrate visual, tactile, auditory, and kinesthetic activities.  Some of those activities include but are not limited to:

    • word work activities
    • tapping out letters
    • tapping out sounds
    • air writing
    • sand/salt tray writing
    • say/sound as you write
    • Elkonin boxes
    • teach diacritical marks for vowels, cosonants, and syllables
    • playdough
    • games
    • whole body spelling activities