|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 LessonKinesthetic Math and Language Lessons ebook or paperback
Learn Spelling by Typing, Keyboarding |
by Susan Kramer
This is a way to learn how to spell that uses typing skills. So, it is for
students who have learned keyboarding - touch typing.
When a person uses the keyboard, each letter
that is typed is actually said in the mind.
As I type this page I am
only going as fast as I can say each letter in every word.
But this very
fact of thinking of each letter as it is typed is a great help in learning to
spell using keyboarding skills.
How to "type to learn
1. Prepare a list of spelling words on a sheet of paper -
such as 10 words at a time.
2. Look at the first word on the list and
type it. Now look at the screen to see what it looks like typed.
Retype this same word 10 times in a row - remembering that each letter of the
word is being said in the mind as the keys are tapped.
4. Go on to the
next word and repeat the procedure of typing the word from the list; looking at
the word on the screen; retyping the word a total of 10 times to reinforce the
I think this practice of typing spelling words repeatedly is of
special help to kinesthetic and visual learners as it involves 'action' and
It is a temptation to rely on spell check when keyboarding
and school reports are normally typed, but there are times when printing and
longhand come into play such as taking notes in class.
Learning to spell
is still a necessary skill and this "type to learn spelling" plan is a way to
start at the easiest level of spelling and progress on.
many kinesthetic math and language lessons in this ebook / book:
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Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons