Learning a visual perspective on phonetics. Showing sounds with your hands to help students with their reading, spelling, and vocabulary skills. Visual Phonics is a multi sensory system of 46 hand cues and written symbols used to represent aspects of the phonemes of a language and the grapheme-phoneme relationship.
Brittany Grigg, born and raised in Stanley, NC. Attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Brittany obtained two bachelors degrees in Interpreting and Communications. Currently she is working both in the school system and freelancing. In addition to interpreting, Brittany tutors/teaches sign language to several students. Most of which are Deaf Blind. In her time off you can catch her deep in the woods by a campfire.