Sunday, 22 May 2016

b/d Reversal Strategies - Using Multi-Sensory Materials

Using Multi-Sensory Materials

1. Trace over various tactile surfaces















Possible tactile surfaces include flannel fabric, corrugated cardboard, very fine sandpaper, fluffy fur fabric, or a carpet square.  Have the child trace the letter with his finger.


2. Wet, Dry, Try


Source: http://blog.maketaketeach.com/the-ultimate-teachers-guide-to-letter-and-number-reversals/

3. Fill Block Letter with Objects














Fill a large block letter with objects that begin with the letter’s sound.

Source: http://www.themeasuredmom.com/7-steps-for-beginning-handwriting-practice/

4. Make the Letter with String



Make the letter using straight or curved objects that you can find around the house.

Source: http://www.themeasuredmom.com/7-steps-for-beginning-handwriting-practice/

5. Write Letter in a Salt or Sand Tray














Source:  http://rainydaymum.co.uk/preschool-writing-salt-tray

6. Write Letter in Playdough












Write letters in the play dough with a toothpick, golf tee, pencil, or pointy end of a paintbrush.

Source: http://mamaot.com/12-simple-play-dough-activities-for-preschoolers/


7. Create "Feel Boards"



Create "feel boards" using twine and cardboard

Source: http://www.yourkidcanread.com/EliminatingReversals.html

8. Write Letter in Shaving Foam



Source: http://smarten-up.com/blog/2013/3/4/beyond-the-basics-fluency-with-the-alphabet

9. Do-A-Dot Letters



Picture: http://www.blessingsoverflowing.com/letter-b-bees/
Source: http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2012/12/a-z-do-a-dot-worksheets.html

10. Make Letter With Playdough













Source: http://ourworldwideclassroom.blogspot.com/2010/09/lets-learn-letters-letter-b.html

11. Write Letter in Paint Bag














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