Multisensory Monday is actually Multisensory Tuesday this week due to some technical difficulties yesterday. This one is worth the wait though: it’s fun and easy, and you get to eat cookies at the end. What more could you want?
I know your students will enjoy this because I had one of mine helping out to make these examples and he had a great time, especially at the end when he got to eat what we made.
This activity requires some kind of round cookie and icing. Homemade or store-bought will both work just fine. I just happened to spend the weekend baking cookies for Christmas, so I had a fresh batch of Malted Milk Cookies to use.
The idea is simple- students build words with letters written on cookies with icing. I’ll show several examples of how these can be used for different levels and different lessons, but feel free to be creative. You can write the letters ahead of time and just have the students build or you hand the icing to the students and let them write on the cookies.
*Note: This is meant to be a fun treat for the holiday season, not an in depth multisensory focused on skill building. I would use this to review a skill they have already learned and just have each student make one or two words before they get to eat the cookies as a treat at the end.
For young, beginning readers and spellers, cut a cookie into pieces, write a letter on each and have them build and read the word.
Here is something fun I shared with my student. One of my favorite recipe books actually uses a Consonant-y to spell cookie!
Multisensory Monday will be going on Christmas break the next 2 weeks, but it will be back in the new year on January 5,2015!
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