When something is done using “multi-sensory modes” it will stick better in your brain!
Have hours of fun in a multi-sensory station to help with visual memory, especially with kids in the 21st century who tend to struggle more due to the amount of screen time.
Here are some fun multi-sensory ideas all teachers should have…
No mess, never dries out, and doesn’t stick to anything like the carpet! Almost feels like playing with Rice Krispy Treats!
You can find it at Amazon.
This is a fan favorite!
It comes in several colors, it never dries out, and it’s toxin free and gluten free. Almost feels like circus peanuts! You can use letter bump outs or cookie cutters to create a clean cut with words in the Bubber.
You can find it on Amazon
Better than using regular sand trays!
The black grains of sand are lighter than the green grains of sand. If you shake the tray the black sand will come to the top while the green sand is underneath. So, as students write with their fingers, the black grains will be pushed to the side and the green grains will come forward to show the word. You can find it on www.rlac.com
The possibilities are endless with these fun multi-sensory materials!
You could use it for practicing name writing, letter formation, numbers, sight words, shapes, and MORE!