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The Learning Triangle

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The Ready To Learn learning triangle is a simple and easy-to-use instructional model. Simply stated, the learning triangle is

TV that teaches + storybooks + multisensory and hands-on activities

These three elements are all related to one theme or skill. ("Activity" doesn't necessarily mean an arts and crafts project. Other appropriate activities might be taking a walk, preparing a snack or meal, or even having a conversation.)

The learning triangle can follow any order. The basic message is as follows: 1) Choose smart TV; 2) extend the learning with books; and 3) do activities to build on what you've watched. The learning triangle addresses different learning styles and teaching/learning strategies, and it is effective because every child learns best when the subject matter presented utilizes the five senses.

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