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Multisensory instruction

  1. 1. Multisensory Instruction A Parents Guide
  2. 2. How Do Children Learn?
  3. 3. “20 to 30% of the school-aged population remembers what is heard; 40% recall visually the things that are seen or read; Many must write or use their fingers in some manipulative way to help them remember basic facts; Other people cannot internalize information or skills unless they use them in real-life activities such as actually writing a letter to learn the correct format." ~Marie Carbo, Rita Dunn, and Kenneth Dunn (1986) Teaching students to read through their individual learning styles. Prentice-Hall, p.13.
  4. 4. A Visual Learner Needs to See It!
  5. 5. An Auditory Learner Needs to Hear It!
  6. 6. A Kinesthetic Tactile Learner Needs to Do It! or Touch It!
  7. 7. Multisensory instruction engages all the senses and reinforces the strengths of every child.
  8. 8. What’s in Your Toolbox?
  9. 9. Describe materials in your home that support visual learners auditory learners tactile learners kinesthetic learners
  10. 10. Multisensory instruction combines two or more senses. True or False
  11. 11. Store bought materials are better for instruction than teacher made materials. True or False
  12. 12. Children should always sit still and listen when learning new things. True or False
  13. 13. A visual learner does not like to hold or touch new materials. True or False
  14. 14. Do your materials …appeal to all senses? …make noise? …provide tactile experiences? …engage the active learner?
  15. 15. 15 Visual Child Auditory Child Kinesthetic Child Tactile Child See It! Hear It! Do It! Touch It!

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