Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Tactile learning. Get inspired and try out new things.
Need more learning through play ideas? Have a child who struggles to sit still listening? Click through to see 100 hands-on activities for tactile learners of all ages: toddlers, preschoolers, Kindergarten students all the way up through middle school!
Hayley Young saved to Homeschool
Multi-sensory learning- using more than one sense for learning is beneficial in many ways. With Touch & Feel cards, children use the visual and tactile sense to explore the objects on the cards, whether it
3 posts published by Kristen Gawronski during November 2019
Julia Wood saved to Too Cool for School
Spelling practice doesn't have to be boring. Here are 18 of our favorite hands-on spelling activities that we use to liven up our spelling lessons.
Amy Farmer saved to teaching
Chart of ways to reach each learning style: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Tactile
Beth Pierce saved to My Classroom
Craft Stick Tactile Counting Sticks for Kids modify by writing # in one stick and dot on other for matching game.
Melissa Moran saved to Kindergarten Math
Kinesthetic activities (also known as hands-on activities) are fantastic for teaching reading and spelling. The term kinesthetic refers to touching, doing, experiencing, or being physically active. In our latest blog post, we give you 20 free kinesthetic activities to try with your kids!
Suzanne Browne saved to Preschool Activities
Learning Styles: Kinesthetic, Tactile Learners Does your child like to move and touch things? Find out how best to help them learn! Great for homeschool parents.
Keitha Scalf saved to Homeschooling
The Free Braille Counting Book offers tactile number explorations with the numbers one through ten.
Wikki Stix saved to Early Childhood Education