Using multisensory instruction always makes a lesson more engaging and fun for students. In fact, one of my favorite learning modalities to integrate into instruction is kinesthetics or movement. For many learners having to sit still is not conducive for learning, and other children just need to get their bodies moving and their blood circulating from time to time to fully focus on a lesson.
One of my favorite topics to teach are the different type of angles and lines. I like to cover these concepts with a multisensory and interactive PowerPoint that I created, then I get the students to use chants as well as their bodies to encode the information. Just this week I created a free YouTube video, where I share some fun activity ideas for lines and angles.
If you like the video and would like to also acquire my multisensory PowerPoint presentation, Click Here to learn more.