Is Your Child Struggling with Numbers? We found this method to be most effective. And it's FUN too

Updated: Jun 19

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What is this method called ?

It is the " MULTISENSORY APPROACH TO LEARNING ". We frequently use it with our students who struggle with recognizing numbers and letters.


Very often, these group of children do not seem to have too much problems when it comes to recognizing colors and other objects.


These children are sometimes mistaken as having dyslexia. Usually it's a problem with sensory integration and with intensive Occupational Therapy, this problem tends to disappear in most of these children.

CHECK OUT HOW CLAY (or play dough) IS USED FOR DYSLEXIA


Mistaken for Dyslexia?

We have had first hand experience in this and have made this mistake in the past. Now when our students are experiencing this problem, we double their Occupational Therapy sessions and use the MULTISENSORY method below


We also use it with other kids...we try to make learning exciting by using a variety of methods to teach the same skill set.


Let's Get straight to it..

Do use this method also as a fun way to learn and for those with tactile issues



What program do I use to create this?


You can use Word or Google Doc. For the grid at the bottom, simply add a table with 5 columns. If you want to create for numbers up to 10, add a table with 5 columns & 2 rows.


Members of Louis Center Seremban's program, "Parents As Therapists", may download the materials from the member's only page ( see below ). Simply Print & Laminate.





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