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Monday, April 29, 2013

Teaching Sentence Structure to Kinesthetic Learners {video}

Like most kinesthetic learners, my eldest sone struggles at times to retain some of the basic foundations of rules-based subjects like language and math. To help him remember the major fundamentals, I often have to use some actions...and a few sound effects!

Here's a look at one of the little memory tricks I've taught him this year to encourage proper sentence structure.



Do you have a kinesthetic learner?  What tips and tricks have you used to help he/she memorize the "rules".

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