3 worksheets to help children of any age with dyslexia. (tracking letters like b/d/p/q as well as numbers etc.) and a ‘stop the bus’ type worksheet.
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Worksheet targeted at children with dyslexia to review the letters that are commonly confused (e.g. b, d, p etc.) but can be edited to suit other letters etc. Can also be used as a whole class activity similar to the “stop the bus” game where children write an adjective, job, sport etc. starting with a certain letter.
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This is a very useful document that can be printed multiple times to create a personal Word Study book for children. This resource is excellent for all children and is particularly useful for children experiencing literacy difficulties or children with Dyslexia, for example. The resource can be used at all levels as it can be adapted according to age.