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A useful reminder about multi-sensory approaches to teaching/reinforcing spelling. Can be adapted for your own setting

These websites are about author Patricia Polacco and her books. There are lesson plans, interactive activities, interviews, and biographies. Includes information about the learning disability of dyslexia, which Polacco has. There are links to eThemes resource on the Civil War, farming, and Christmas.

7 Multi-sensory activities for teaching sight words. FREE templates and flashcards for Dolch sight word list 1 --- use with spelling words too!

Race Car Blending. Such a fun way of learning to blends sounds! Great for small group instruction.

How working memory games can improve kids’ executive function in 5 minutes a day. Perfect for those students who have trouble with multi-step directions, forget what you just told them, can't copy info down, etc.!

A list of ways to help disorganized students

Seven multi-sensory ideas for teaching sight words. Free sight word templates.


Technology Thursday: Speech App (free app). Help students who are struggling with correct pronunciation. (Good for all ages)

Tips for Teaching Cursive Handwriting | The Homeschool Classroom - Liz is DYING to learn cursive. So. Over the summer, I'll teach her.

Multi-Sensory Activity for Teaching Letters and Sight Words - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Teaching Reading to the Dyslexic Student. Such a good article!! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Teaching my struggling writer - How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia {via Education Possible}

This video show Orton Gillingham methods for teaching reading, writing and spelling from the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education. I went to their training and my teaching was changed...it works and I highly recommend! What you see in this video is what I do in my classroom.

Additional Education Page: Word families flip book - great for helping students learn to read. A fun and easy way to help beginning readers learn the basic concepts. Repinned

Pelican Talk helps Children with Autism - FREE TIPSHEETS SOCIAL SAM explores social routines and the thoughts and speech that underpin them.

Letting feet stay busy..... students can push on the band while sitting in their chair. This will help the child who needs constant movement. (We used these with a couple of our boys last year, really helped) idea....

Wonderful ways to correct pencil grip when teaching primaries... also, links to great finger exercises .

10 multi-sensory ways to build letter recognition.

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. This would be fun to pair with Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs & Ham book!