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Multisensory Tools and Techniques for Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

By Understood Team

Teaching in a way that engages more than one sense at a time can have big benefits for kids who learn and think differently. But multisensory learning doesn’t have to stay in the classroom. You can try these techniques at home, too.

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