Multisensory Tools and Techniques for Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

By The 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.

Tell us what interests you

Share

About the author

About the author

The Understood Team is made up of passionate writers and editors. Many of them have kids who learn and think differently.