Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

Happy Mid-Year!

As you set your resolutions for 2019, get inspired to energize your lessons with exciting Mid-Year Resolutions for the rest of the 2018–2019 school year!

  1. Stock Up on Essential Products for the Rest of the Year
    Do you have everything you need for Pre-K, handwriting, and keyboarding success? As the school year goes on, your supplies might be dwindling! Stock up to be sure you have everything you need like journals and paper or pair new digital technology such as HITT (The Handwriting Interactive Teaching Tool™) with student workbooks to create confident communicators in your classroom.
     
  2. Enhance Lessons with Grade-Appropriate, Cross-Curricular Writing Activities
    Looking for an easy way to reinforce good handwriting habits with narrative, information, and opinion/argument writing activities? Check out our Building Writers student workbooks for all the supplemental writing practice you need for every subject!
     
  3. Check Progress with the Screener of Handwriting Proficiency
    Don’t forget to assess your students with the Screener of Handwriting Proficiency to get their mid-year handwriting results! Check their handwriting progress to see how much their handwriting skills have improved since the beginning of the year or identify areas in need of remediation that you can re-focus on.
     
  4. Explore Free Resources for Ideas, Inspiration, and More
    From webinars to downloads, videos, samples lessons, and more, our free resources are the perfect tools to help you beat the mid-year slump! Although the holidays are over, the fun and learning don’t have to be!

 

Let’s kick start the new calendar year and the mid-school-year together!

 

 

 

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By Kathryn Fox Kathryn received her Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication from James Madison University. She is an experienced editor, copywriter, and technical writer and has worked for the government and in the IT, music, and telecommunications industries. She is currently a writer and editor for Learning Without Tears and loves providing content that empowers young writers and teachers. Kathryn lives in Arlington, Virginia with her best friends.

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