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Letter Sort: Curvy or Straight

When I watch my youngest son (age 8 months) gnaw everything he can get his hands on, I am reminded that our brains learn best when we use several senses at once. In his case, he sees a toy (sense #1), touches the toy (sense #2) and tastes the toy (sense #3). While eating …
Laura Mize
Laura Mize • 2 years ago

Teacher trick: Stick a cup inside the foot of a sock and have students reach inside to pull out manipulatives. Reduce cheating during some of my speech games.

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