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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
Indirect and Direct Objects Kinesthetic Lesson |
by Susan Kramer
This lesson is for practice learning about indirect and direct objects in the sentence.
Skill level: Age 9+
"John gave Mary a book."
John is the subject. Gave is the verb. Mary is the indirect object. Book is the direct object.
To practice kinesthetically have "John" and "Mary" stand still at the
left front of the room, then walk together to the right front side of
the room, where Mary will receive the book John hands her from the
shelf at the right side of the room.
(Substitute each student's real name for the character played.)
As language is written left to right across the page, the
exercise gives that information kinesthetically to the actors, visually
to the students watching, and repeating the sentence out loud while
students are acting benefits the auditory learners.
many kinesthetic math and language lessons in this ebook / book:
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Kinesthetic Math and Language Lessons