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    Learning styles: the basics, part ii. linguistic intelligence (word smart). logical-mathematical intelligence (number/reasoning smart). visual-spatial intelligence (picture smart). bodily-kinesthetic intelligence (body smart). musical intelligence (music smart). interpersonal intelligence (people smart). intrapersonal intelligence (self smart). naturalist intelligence (nature smart). there is a great chart at the bottom of the article showing what each type learner enjoys & needs.

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In this activity students will twist the plastic Easter eggs to make different words out of onsets and rimes. Students will be able to make all real words in this activity. Therefore, the focus will be on learning new and unfamiliar words. I'm sure you can do this with rhythms some how!

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I love to decorate our walls and create bulletin boards that will help with the learning process!!!