ABC's Of Movement

Kinesthetic Literacy Learning Activities 

Kinesthetic Learning?

Preschoolers begin school  ready to learn and fully energized. My research proves that children learn best through movement! 34% of children entering kindergarten cannot identify letters of the alphabet by name (NCES, 2000). Kinesthetic learning is hands on, active learning. By combining movement experiences with the alphabet, children can simultaneously learn their letters, make literacy connections, and improve their motor skills. 

My passion for movement and education led me here. I love creating and sharing ways for parents and teachers to keep children fully engaged through activities backed by research. 

– Laurie Gombash, PT, M. Ed. 

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