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Did you know that some dyslexics are very photosensitive? That and more Interesting and unique information on dyslexia in this infographic. Dyslexia Strategies, Dyslexia Help, Dyslexia Teaching, Disorders
“Visually Communicating with Dyslexics” (Infographic)
Did you know that some dyslexics are very photosensitive? That and more Interesting and unique information on dyslexia in this infographic.
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How reading changes the brain
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Using Red Ink on Yellow Paper for Memory Enhancement
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Spelling Rules | Pennington Publishing Blog
Check out these eight concise spelling rules with examples and the accompanying songs to help your students memorize each rule. FUN!
the word family cups are being held in front of each other
Word Family Cups Phonics Activity for Kids - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Word Family Cups - Phonics Activity! Turn the bottom cup to change the beginning sound, then read the word.
a child is playing with letters and numbers in a pink box on the table next to some scissors
PHONICS FUN
Hey Friends ! I wanted to highlight some quick and easy phonics activities that I've been using. This post is probably going to be a bit l...
several pieces of paper with numbers on them sitting on the ground next to each other
Interesting idea for phonics... Hunt for lollipop stick 'chips' in tray and put into the right box
a banana sitting on top of a wooden table next to words that spell out sight
Good use of Bananagrams.
some beads are in a plastic container on a wooden table with labels and magnets
Ideas for Revving Up Sight Words Practice - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block
sight words activities center plus additional ideas for revving up your sight words practice #sightwords #sightwordrecognition #sightwordsactivities
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8- Teachers Choice: This activity will help children learn different words and how to spell. Kids will search through a bin of letters to form different sight words.
a red plastic container with writing on it and a pencil in the box next to it
Sand sight words tactile kinesthetic (keep sand in a pencil box)