Multisensory approach addresses different learning styles and invites active participation and purposeful discovery and play.
Research demonstrates that children develop through multisensory play.
Lessons teach readiness, writing, literacy, and early math skills including directionality, letter recognition, matching, vocabulary, rhyming, imitation, problem solving, patterns, and sequencing.
Children move, touch, feel, and manipulate real objects as they learn the habits and skills essential for kindergarten. Other multisensory lessons in the teacher's guides use Door Tracing, Imaginary Writing, Wet-Dry-Try, music, movement, finger plays, and building Mat Man to teach crayon grip, top-to-bottom habits, capital letter formation, body awareness, drawing, and counting skills.
Activities with hands-on materials: Wood Pieces Set, Roll-A-Dough Letters®, Stamp and See Screen®, A-B-C and 1-2-3 Touch and Flip Cards®, Tag Bags®, Four Squares More Squares®, and the Sound Around Box™ use multiple senses.