Learning Style - Kinesthetic
Kinesthetic equals movement. Children with Special Needs must feel and touch objects, like miniature animals, people or blocks to teach math skills such as counting, sorting, addition or subtraction. Incorporate the use of physical objects for children to hold or touch during science or social studies whenever possible, for example, while studying rocks, these learners benefit from exploring the features of the rock with their hands. When learning about counting, for example, a physical learner may need to use blocks, an abacus, or other concrete materials to practice the new concept.
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