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Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Teaching Tips: The 4 Ps of Handwriting Instruction

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Teaching handwriting can be simple! It might seem like a mystery when you think about how a child goes from indecipherable scribbling with crayons in Pre-K to neat and tidy cursive handwriting...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

How Combining Handwriting & Literacy Lead to Student Success

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It’s every K–5 teacher’s goal to give their students a strong understanding of the basics. Handwriting and literacy are two of the most important parts of young student development. They lay the...Continue reading

 

Multisensory Learning, Edtech

Start Your School Year Digitally

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It’s 2019 and the students sitting in your classroom are digital natives. So, if your students are already familiar with technology, how do you incorporate digital instruction that engages them...Continue reading

 

Multisensory Learning, Home Connection

3 Ways to Celebrate Eat Outside Day + a Free Download

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Would you eat your summer favorites in a boat or possibly with a goat? How about in the rain or on a train? Maybe in a box or with a fox? Certainly, you’d try them in the house or with a mouse?...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

How to Build Strong Writers

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We strive to build confident communicators in the classroom through every product we create. That’s why we’ve constructed Building Writers student editions, a supplementary core writing tool...Continue reading

 

Multisensory Learning, Announcements

Bundle Up for Back to School

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It’s time to bundle up! Well, it’s not time to bundle up because of frightful weather just yet, but it is time to head back to school and bundle handwriting student editions and keyboarding...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Happy Left-Handers Day

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Today is Left-Handers Day and it’s time to celebrate! Scientists haven’t pinpointed why people are left-handed, but they know that genes are responsible about 25 percent of the time.

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Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Our 5 Favorite Read-Aloud Books

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For all those who find themselves lost in a land created in the mind of an author or assuming the role of architect in the construction of young imaginations, cementing fresh new words and...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Edtech

Don’t Forget Your Hands-On Instruction This Year

Before the school year goes in full swing, it’s important to keep in mind one of the critical pieces to successful teaching: multisensory instruction.

 

As an educator, you know...Continue reading

 

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Ribbit, Ribbit: Happy National Frog Jumping Day

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Happy National Frog Jumping Day! Out of all the holidays we celebrate at Learning Without Tears, National Frog Jumping Day is definitely in the top 10 of our favorite things—just like our...Continue reading

 

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