Multisensory Learning

Multisensory Learning, Readiness

Character Spotlight: Meet Squawker!

Meet Squawker

It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s…no, it’s definitely a bird! Today, in honor of National Bird Day, we’re introducing you to Squawker, our loveable parrot puppet for teaching preschool students Oral...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Classroom Characters Spotlight: Meet Mat Man!

Meet Mat Man

Welcome to our new blog series about our loveable classroom characters! In the coming months, we’ll be introducing the multisensory characters featured in the Get Set for School, Handwriting...Continue reading

Multisensory Learning, Home Connection

Fall Crafts to Build Fine Motor Skills

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A change in season is always exciting, and for children it can also be educational. Here are a few ways to use the great outdoors to plan your next lesson!

 

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Multisensory Learning, Announcements

Celebrate New Friends Day with a Free Writing Activity

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Studies show that friendship is linked to the development of many positive qualities such as increased overall happiness, better health, and greater cognitive dexterity. National New Friends Day...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Happy Dictionary Day!

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October 16 is Dictionary Day and we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate as true supporters of letters, the alphabet, and alphabet knowledge! We know that good handwriting and writing success...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

6 Quotes About Teaching from Across the Globe

World Teachers Day

Today we celebrate teachers across the globe! It’s World Teachers' Day, and we’re reflecting on the power of passing knowledge down to the next generation. Here are quotes from six different...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Fall for Hands-On Activities

As the days become crisper and shorter and the leaves change colors, your classroom is abuzz with students building a foundation for writing success. But, as the beginning-of-the-year excitement...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Using Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

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Each of your students is unique—and so is the way they learn! Some kids might like to experience lessons with their hands, while others just can’t seem to pay attention unless they’re...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Ask the Experts

2 Free Tools for Fall Student Assessments: Pre-K & K–5

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Fall is here and for teachers, that means it’s just about time to start administering beginning-of-year assessments. Now is a great time to determine your students’ skills so that you can better...Continue reading

Multisensory Learning, In the News

No Need to Fear…Friday the 13th Is Here!

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If Friday the 13th is your kryptonite, you’ve stopped by the right place to refuel. Learning Without Tears has superpowered programs and strong resources that meet your needs. Now that it’s back...Continue reading

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