This multisensory PDF document includes 132 pages of multisensory resources and informational materials designed to support student development of concepts and vocabulary. Please check the Table of Contents highlighted in the Preview section of this resource. The activities in this multisensory resource has six core lessons, and 3 additional application activities. Based on student abilities,teachers and parents can select specific templates to use.
Game activity has a variety of spinner choices based on skills that are the focus. Check out the directions to identify differentiation suggestions so all students can participate based on their specific needs.
I created this resource to support my students using my vocabulary resources that include prefixes, suffixes, roots, phonograms for lower level; spelling rules & generalizations; Latin and Greek connectives and words selected from Megawords2(R). My students needed more application practice to internalize the skills.
Students love the spinner and feel proud because some are able to independently "run" the game with classmates. This increase in independence really builds their confidence, while still learning. A WIN WIN!
What is also great and functional about using this multisensory resource is students can work with a partner, in a small group, or participate in a class activity with teacher modeling.
What is nice about this activity is the kids have fun while learning.
The "spinner and wheel" need to be cut out, and the arrow requires attachment using a paper clasp/connector. If possible, please laminate the spinners for increased flexibility so the arrow can move freely around the wheel.
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