As part of Tactile Learning Week, we invite you to take a look back into the Guilt-Free Homeschooling archives. The gem we have selected as a supplement to this week’s focus is Tactile Lessons from Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, for its profound insight into the world of teaching a child who could neither see nor hear. While few of us will have the significant challenge of teaching a child with that particular combination of disabilities, we can glean a great deal from the methods Miss Sullivan used in teaching young Helen and apply that knowledge to teaching our own tactile learners. Enjoy!
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