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Fun History Lesson Plans For Less Able Children

Product News / March 6, 2015

Children outside the average in a class are often overlooked as teachers concentrate on hitting exam pass targets. This  is causing concern to many schools and parents with children who need help. Ironically bright children as well as those less able are being left in the wilderness. The less able would benefit from extra support and many teachers would dearly love to help but find the lesson preparation too onerous. This is where the lesson plans from Multi Sensory learning come into play. The multi-sensory approach to learning dates back to the days of Montessori and is widely accepted to be an extraordinarily powerful way of enhancing the depth of children’s learning, especially with less able children at KS3. A recent package has been developed to introduce Medieval  history lessons in the multi sensory format. It is a complete lesson package delivered in 40 clear and motivating activities in 12 key subject areas. Exercises and activities within the resources will not only support you in delivering a valuable history education to your less able students, but will also improve fundamental skills such as simple word recognition, fine motor skills, literacy, and recall ability.

 

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Medieval Realms from MSL at £ 34.99 (Zero VAT)

Activities include word and sentence reading and re-writing; storyboard cutting, sequencing, sticking and colouring; recognising and labelling; organising and prioritising; dressing the knight; building the village; and ultimately playing the game – Medieval Morals – snakes and ladders. All are designed t0 give the children a great sense of achievement. Multi Sensory Learning  has specialised in structured, multi-sensory literacy resources since 1994. Schools, colleges, learning support centres, teachers, parents and dyslexic adults have selected from our extensive range of learning materials and have been delighted with the results. There are currently over 15,000 users in the UK and overseas, many of whom have come to Multi-Sensory Learning through personal recommendation.


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