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|Kinesthetic Language Lessons for Kids - Table of Contents
Forming Shapes for Alphabet Letters
Using Hand Signs to Learn to Print "b"and "d" - this lesson is also in the Hand Signing
Two Lessons to Learn About Syllables
Concentration Lesson - Which Way Game
Kinesthetic Help Reading and Writing Left to Right
Kinesthetic Lesson on Sentence Diagramming
Learn Spelling by Keyboarding
Indirect and Direct Objects Kinesthetic Lesson
Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons ebook or paperback
Kinesthetic Lessons on Punctuation |
by Susan Kramer
These kinesthetic punctuation exercises are for practice in the classroom. The
teacher first demonstrates the sequence. Students can do them individually or in
March 3 counts, and pause in place for 1 count (comma
pause), march 3 more times and stop for 2 counts (period stop or full stop).
Turn in opposite direction at end of (period stop) and repeat sequence.
March 6 counts and stop in place. At
stop jump up and down once. Repeat sequence.
March 6 counts swinging arms in opposition and stop in place. At
stop begin with arms hung down in front of body, raise arms in front of body
overhead hands touching and open arms out to sides in a half circle; right arm
to right side, left arm to left side. Repeat entire sequence.
March 4 counts in place and hold still for 2 counts:
gallop 8 counts moving forward and come to full stop for 2 counts. Repeat entire
March 7 counts moving forward; turn
around on 1 count in place, and gallop 7 counts back to beginning place. Turn to
face beginning direction and repeat sequence.
many kinesthetic math and language lessons in this ebook / book:
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Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons