Sight Words: How to Anchor Sight Word Retention with Movement and Sensory Activities

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

The discussion on Fox 13's The Place focuses on enhancing children's sight word learning through movement and sensory activities. Kinesthetic learners excel through movement and activities that stimulate learning.

This approach is especially effective for children with Sensory Processing Disorders, ADHD, Dyslexia, and learning challenges. Anchoring subjects to movement improves learning, with sight words being better retained when combined with movement and sensory play. Placing sight words above a child's eyes improves visual memory for later retrieval in school.

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