9 Multisensory Activities For Handwriting: Easy To Setup

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Do you want your child to learn their alphabet but often find it difficult for them to focus? How often do you feel like a broken record, telling your children to practice handwriting?

Well, handwriting is a hard task. It requires a combination of complex skills such as visual, physical fine motor, and planning skills.

Sensory handwriting is using a range of tactile materials for your child to โ€œfeelโ€ the letters. This is a great way for your child to practice letter formation without the need of holding a pencil (and in a more fun and motivating way!).

Click on the link below to download ideas for Sensory Handwriting!

โ˜› Sensory Handwritingโ˜š

It is also a good idea to learn by incorporating and using a range of senses. For example:

  • Touch (i.e. feeling the letter using sensory handwriting)
  • Visual (i.e. seeing the letter)
  • Auditory (i.e. listening to the name and/or sound of the letter)

This can make it easier for a child to remember and learn their alphabet. This is learning using a “multisensory” approach.

Comment below if you have any sensory handwriting ideas your child enjoys ๐Ÿ™‚

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