This website has ideas for various hands-on or "touchable" language arts activities, which would be a great resource for students who learn more easily through the use of manipulatives. These touchable activities could be available as centers during Communication times or just to help students who need to practice spelling and spacing words out in a more hands-on way.
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How to teach Hands on Language Arts. This website has some interesting ideas about how to teach language arts in a hands-on way. In this manner, students will be more likely to get engaged in the content area and gain a passion for reading and writing. Some of the ideas they suggest are typical while others are more unique and worth a shot. - Carly Knoche
Vinyl used as dry-erase mats at small group table. Genius idea borrowed from Kinder Keri's Awesome Owls.
Students chose an adjective that they felt described Wilbur from Charlotte's Web. On the black 8x8" construction paper they created a web with white crayon and glitter glued the adjective in the center. Wilbur's Boast corner!
Students read and sort the sentences by their correct ending punctuation. Great hands on learning idea! $
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