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My Kids LOVE these Free Pencil Control Worksheets Perfect for Daily Warmup Exercises Includes lowercase uppercase letters Preschool Learning, Early Learning, Preschool Activities, Teaching, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Preschool Writing, Preschool Kindergarten, Therapy Activities, Pre Writing

Alphabet Tracing Worksheets

Free printable alphabet tracing worksheets. These FUN path maze activity sheets will have your student practicing letter formation alongside key fine motor skills. Great for reviewing uppercase and lowercase letter recognition.

Button Sorting Cups – What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding… Button Sorting Cups – What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! Dementia Activities, Toddler Learning Activities, Montessori Activities, Infant Activities, Preschool Activities, Cognitive Activities, Elderly Activities, Colour Activities Eyfs, 2 Year Old Activities

23 Outdoor Party Games

These kid's outdoor party games are perfect for a kid's birthday party or for a fun-filled day during summer vacation.

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Hand Lettering: Descender Letter Flourishes & Free Practice Sheets - Amy Latta Creations

These 5 flourishes will help take your hand lettering work to the next level! Grab the free practice pages and get started today!

Superstars Which Are Helping Individuals Overseas Super Easy Multi-Sensory Teaching Activity For Teaching Letters, Spelling Or Sight Words. Preschool Literacy, Teaching Activities, Kindergarten Reading, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Kindergarten Freebies, Therapy Activities, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Sight Words

Multi-Sensory Activity for Teaching Letters and Sight Words - Make Take & Teach

I love using plastic screens for introducing and practicing letters and sight words. Plastic screens can be found in any craft store (Michaels or JoAnn Fabrics) or in the craft section of most department stores. When I use the screens for teaching letters, I typically cut one sheet into quarters and then for the sight […]

7 multi-sensory ideas for teaching letters and sight words. Free sight word templates for the first 25 Dolch sight words. Spelling Practice, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Spelling Words, Reading Activities, Handwriting Practice, Teaching Reading, Fun Learning

Multi-Sensory Ideas for Teaching Sight Words - Make Take & Teach

In order to be fluent readers, students need to be able to recognize sight words quickly and accurately as these words make up between 50-70% of the words we encounter in text. Students who struggle learning sight words greatly benefit from using a multi-sensory approach to teaching. The term “multi-sensory” means using all the different senses […]

No fancy calligraphy skills needed to create pretty hand lettering for envelopes, chalkboards and more. *i also like her idea for adding ribbon or tulle and handlettering envelopes with monetary gifts. Calligraphy Handwriting, Calligraphy Letters, Penmanship, Calligraphy Doodles, Pretty Handwriting, Easy Caligraphy, Hand Lettering Envelopes, Cursive, Creative Lettering

Hand Lettering a Card & Envelope

If you want to learn the trick to making your handwriting into pretty hand lettering so you can address a card or write on a chalkboard in style, then follow these tips. No fancy calligraphy skills or pens needed! | In My Own Style

75 multisensory phonics activities and games, suitable for Orton-Gillingham lessons, Orton-Gillingham activities, dyslexia activities and other reading interventions. Dyslexia Activities, Dyslexia Teaching, Phonemic Awareness Activities, Teaching Phonics, Phonological Awareness, Preschool Phonics, Jolly Phonics, Learning Disabilities, Reading Games

The Top Six Repurposed Games and Ideas For Literacy Practice - The Literacy Nest

Multisensory Phonics Games - great for Orton Gillington!

12 Fresh Ideas for Your Phonogram Card Drills while using the Orton-Gillingham approach: Ideas for the visual drill and auditory drill. Use for the Orton-Gillingham three part drill. The Literacy Nest Reading Fluency, Reading Intervention, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Reading Tutoring, Reading Help, Reading Groups, Reading Lessons

12 Fresh Ideas for Your Phonogram Card Drills - The Literacy Nest

After working with a student in Orton-Gillingham lessons for awhile, the routine can become very well known. Guess what? That’s a good thing! But… if you don’t take time to shake things up every now and then, you run the risk of having certain segments become a bit mundane. You really don’t want that...

How To: Short video showing how to make your own durable multisensory gel bags. Ideas for using gel bags are included. (Bottle Bag How To Make) Handwriting Activities, Letter Activities, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Preschool Activities, Multi Sensory, Sensory Rooms, Baby Sensory, Motor Activities

How to Make & Use Gel Bags

How To: Short video showing how to make your own durable multisensory gel bags. Ideas for using gel bags are included.

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35+ Fine Motor Activities! - Keep Calm And Mommy On

35+ Must-Try Fine Motor Activities For Kids! Sensory Activities, Activities For Toddlers, Activities For Preschoolers, Activities For Kindergarteners

Sight Word Sentence Cards {Level - This Reading Mama 50 Free Sight Word Sentence Cards - Level 2 - Dolch P + Fry Sight Word Sentences, Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Activities, Fry Sight Words, Preschool Sight Words, Reading Activities, Kindergarten Sight Word Games, Sight Word Readers

Sight Word Sentence Cards {Level 2} - This Reading Mama

Last month, I shared some Level 1 Sight Word Sentence Cards and today, I’m sharing my Level 2 Sight Word Sentence Cards for subscribers only! *This post contains affiliate links. Already a subscriber? Go to my subscriber freebie page and enter the password, which can be found in your most current newsletter. Level 2 Sight Word Sentence Cards ... Read More about Sight Word Sentence Cards {Level 2}

Multisensory instruction can help kids with reading issues like dyslexia learn to read. Here are a few examples of multisensory reading techniques teachers use. Dyslexia Teaching, Teaching Reading, Reading Resources, Preschool Special Education, Gifted Education, Learning Disabilities, Multiple Disabilities, Dyslexia Strategies, Kinesthetic Learning

8 multisensory techniques for teaching reading

Multisensory instruction is a way of teaching that engages more than one sense at a time. For kids with reading issues like dyslexia, the use of sight, hearing, movement and touch can be helpful for learning. Here are a few of many possible examples of multisensory techniques teachers use to help struggling readers.

This is a wonderful multisensory syllable division activity. My students enjoy it and it is very effective in teaching syllable division pattern one (vc/cv). Your students will actually cut (with scissors) words into syllables! To prepare the lesson you s Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Teaching Reading, Dyslexia Teaching, Reading Tutoring, Guided Reading, Reading Comprehension, Division Activities, Math Division

Syllable Division Strips

This is a wonderful multisensory syllable division activity that works well in an Orton Gillingham style decoding lesson. My students enjoy it and it is very effective in teaching syllable division patterns. Your students will actually cut (with scissors) words into syllables! This activity works v...