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How to teach a Kinesthetic Learner with Hands on Help!

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Kinesthetic Activities for Teaching Reading

Kinesthetic Activities for Teaching Reading. Many of these are geared for younger learners, but I could utilize a few of the ideas.

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String a Line to Matching Pairs for Sight Words & Other Areas

Connect matching pairs (of anything) with string - use for sight words, letters, numbers, anything! Kinesthetic learning at its best!

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I loved doing this when I was learning how to read and write! Have the child say the individual letters as they trace them in the salt/cornmeal, and you're addressing all three learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

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KINESTHETIC LEARNER - Bounce & Spell; Jump rope & Spell; Hula Hoop & Spell; Hopscotch & Spell - 75 Fun Ways to Practice and Learn Spelling Words

Yellow Brick Road Story Retelling--What a great way to engage the kinesthetic learners! Maybe this can be added to our retelling center?

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Exploring Kinesthetic/Tactile Learning Styles - Some people find they learn best through reading, some through hearing, and others through doing. Learning style can affect how well you come to understand classroom material, your interest in and enjoyment of a subject, and even what you choose as your later career. For more information about hands-on programs for kinesthetic/tactile learners, visit: http://www.pti.edu/programs

Exploring Kinesthetic/Tactile Learning Styles - Some people find they learn best through reading, some through hearing, and others through doing. Learning style can affect how well you come to understand classroom material, your interest in and enjoyment of a subject, and even what you choose as your later career. For more information about hands-on programs for kinesthetic/tactile learners, visit: http://www.pti.edu/programs