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Readiness

Sight Words for Kids: Kindergarten and Beyond!

learning sight words for kindergarten

No matter whether kindergarten children will be learning in person, online, or a hybrid of the two, parents and teachers are still focused on ensuring their emerging readers develop a love for...Continue reading

Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning

How to Teach Effectively Using Video

Video can be a powerful teaching tool.

Do you remember how exciting it was in elementary school when your teacher announced your class would be watching a video that day? I remember (and I realize I’m revealing my age here…) my teacher...Continue reading

Ask the Experts

Ask an OT | Mixed-Age Classrooms, Distance Learning, and Wood Pieces

Ask an OT - July 2020

Ask an OT is a monthly series answering questions that we receive from educators, parents and OTs, like you! Due to coronavirus, many schools are teaching children remotely or are adapting by...Continue reading

Multisensory Learning, Edtech, Home Connection

Wet-Dry-Try Showdown: the Activity Vs. the App

Have you tried out the Wet-Dry-Try activity?

Based on the award-winning Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum, Wet-Dry-Try is a multisensory learning activity that teaches students correct letter and...Continue reading

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