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

A multi-sensory LSCWC chart that guides learners to approach the spelling of each word from several different angles

Great ideas for fun, multi-sensory ways to help children learn to read and write their name

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Resources for Teaching Dyslexic Children {Homeschool Question of the Day}

teaching Dyslexic children

This Reading Mamafrom This Reading Mama

Multi-Sensory Activities for Teaching Reading

5 Days of Multi-Sensory Activities for Teaching Reading | This Reading Mama

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Sensory Hacks to Calm an Angry Child

Sensory tools

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SENSORY INTEGRATION: RED FLAGS AND WHEN TO GET HELP

We’ve been working hard over the last year to bring you monthly posts about sensory processing and how the sensory systems relate to child development. Now, as a part of an even bigger series with over 40 other bloggers called Decoding Everyday Kid Behaviors, we’ll discuss sensory red flags – behaviors related to sensory integration that might indicate that it’s time to get some expert advice to help support your child’s sensory needs.

Cheap sensory seating hack to help kids with attention, fidgeting needs, and sensory vestibular sensory input needs. This sensory hack is perfect for kids with SPD, and neurotypical children, too.

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Kinesthetic Learning — Not Just for Dyslexic Learners

Kinesthetic Learning — Not Just for Dyslexic Learners. There are lots of strategies for helping students with dyslexia that can actually be used with the whole class, benefiting all students. One...

DyslexiaGames.com   How to Use Drawing, Art, and Puzzles to Help Dyslexic Kids! - Fun Games to Help Dyslexic Children! Dyslexia solutions for Homeschooling.