What are the best ways to interact with my child during multisensory lessons?

There are so many ways to interact with your child, and the beauty of multisensory lessons is that they have no time limit. Here are some suggestions to get you started:

  • Repeat the pronunciation of the word after you hear it (you can also replay the pronunciation by pressing the mouse scroll or down arrow).

  • Imitate sound effects such as animal noises, and encourage your child to do the same.

  • If your child finds a particular sound effect funny, you can play it over and over by pressing the mouse scroll or down arrow.

  • Help your child to act out words – for example, raise your child's hands at the words "Hands up," or help your child to clap at the word "clapping".

  • Ask your child questions about what he sees and hears. Picture audio is included with every word to give you ideas – for instance, "How fast can you run?"

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