Learning...words - magic spoon

Magic spoon cvc practice of real and nonsense words--great for initial sound practice! Also use initial letter sheet and word family spoon.

Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

Thanks to brain specialist Fritz Mengert, I learned how to use a red dot in my reading instruction. Mengert told me that placing a red dot in the center of a word helps kids focus on the middle rather than just the beginning.

This word slider helps children learn to blend letter sounds together. Such a simple way to teach an important reading skill! {Playdough to Plato}

The Super Simple Word Slider

I chose this pin because it allows students to use their letter sounds while reading a word. This word slider helps children learn to blend letter sounds together. Such a simple way to teach an important reading skill! {Playdough to Plato}

From phonics to words with slide cards. Download. Print. Place inside an envelope with one end cut off. Gradually pull to reveal one letter at a time. This is a great way to help kids blend sounds gradually rather than 1) feeling overwhelmed and giving up or 2) guessing the word.

Place inside an envelope with one end cut off. Gradually pull to reveal one letter at a time. This is a great way to help kids blend sounds gradually rather than feeling overwhelmed and giving up or guessing the word.

How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia

How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia often goes along with Dylexia .Teaching my struggling writer - How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia {via Education Possible}

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