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KINESTHETIC LEARNING WITH LAUREN KINESTHETIC LEARNING FOR TODDLERS HOW TO TEACH YOUR TODDLER

podcast December 31, 1969


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KINESTHETIC LEARNING IS IMPORTANT TOOL THAT MOMS WITH TODDLERS AND KIDS OF ALL AGES CAN USE TO HELP THERE KIDS LEARN.

IN THIS EPISODE I CHAT WITH LAUREN ABOUT KINESTHETIC LEARING. SHE IS AN EARLY CHILHOOD EDUCATION SPECIALIST AND A MOM THAT HAS RECENTLY STARTED HER OWN PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR LITTLE LEARNERS. SHE SHARES SOME SENSORY BIN IDEAS AN SOME OTHER QUICK AND EASY TIPS FOR MOMS THAT CAN MAKE KINESTHETIC LEARNING FAST AND FUN!

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HERE IS A GREAT ARTICLE ON RED APPLE LEARNING:

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IVE CITED MY FAVORITE PARTS FROM THIS GREAT ARTICLE HERE:

Children learn in many ways. Young children especially learn best when their body is engaged, a process known as kinesthetic learning. Rather than simply listening to a lesson being taught, kids are actively engaged. This developmentally appropriate approach is a great way to develop literacy in toddlers and preschoolers. Red Apple Reading shares 10 great kinesthetic literacy activities for parents to do with their little ones today!

Touch and Feel Letters

These letter cards constructed out of pipe cleaners are great tools for learning letter formation. Visit Teach Me Mommy for free letter templates and detailed instructions.

Sound Matching Sensory Bin

Young kids are sure to love this sensory bin that promotes phonemic awareness. Busy Toddler constructed this activity with a bag of rice, a plastic container, construction paper, and toys found around the home. Kids place the toys on the letter of the beginning sound of the object.

Rainbow Writing Salt Tray

Nurture Store suggests creating a salt tray for little learners. This easy to assemble activity only requires a rimmed cookie sheet, a container of salt, and a printed rainbow mat. Simply place the mat on the tray and cover with salt. When little hands draw a beautiful rainbow appears!

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