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3 Ways to Celebrate Universal Children’s Day in the Classroom

Universal Childrens Day

Happy Universal Children’s Day! Each year on November 20, we celebrate Universal Children’s Day, joining people from around the country and world to promote togetherness and awareness among...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, In the News

Free Downloads for Young Reader's Day and World Kindness Day

What was your favorite book growing up? Do you remember how excited you felt when you knew it was time to read it yet again, staring at the images for hours all while your imagination increased...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Readiness

Happy Occupational Therapy Day!

World OT Day is October 27! This is a day to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of occupational therapists around the globe.

 

Handwriting is one of the most common referral...Continue reading

 

Multisensory Learning

Top Five Reasons We’re Crazy for Cursive

Top Five Reasons We Like Cursive

Cursive in 2018? Didn’t we leave cursive behind in the 1800s?

 

Although it may seem like cursive is from a different era—a time when people communicated via letter and didn’t have...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Seven Ways to Build Great Foundation Skills

Happy fall! With the school year in full swing, you’re probably getting to know your students better. Now that you’ve identified your students' developmental skill levels, you can lay a solid...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Mat Man to the Rescue

Multisensory learning is essential for teaching Pre-K concepts such as letters, numbers, body awareness, building, and social-emotional skills. But, how do you capture the attention of your young...Continue reading

Multisensory Learning, Home Connection

Five Quick Tips for Fitting Handwriting into Your Day

Handwriting does not have to drain your teaching time. It takes only 15 minutes of practice a day for students to develop strong handwriting skills. Teachers can add flexibility to their...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Keeping Multisensory Learning in the Classroom in the Digital Age

Technology is an invaluable asset to the classroom and can include multimedia visuals and interactive instruction to enhance learning. With more and more technology tools becoming available to...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Announcements

Moving Forward Not Backward with Reversals

Studies have estimated that 10 to 30 percent of elementary school children struggle with handwriting. Researchers have also found that children struggling to master this foundational skill may...Continue reading

Multisensory Learning, Home Connection

Five Fun End-of-Summer Activities with Mat Man

Have you seen Mat Man? He is having a busy summer learning new things and spending time with his friends from all over the world. He has been seen in Mumbai, California, Oklahoma and several other...Continue reading

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