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Word Crush Word Building Game

Word Crush Word Building Game

Word Crush – Word Building Phonics with Word Families strengthens phonics skills as kids build words using onset and rime. Great for reading centers, special education, Orton-Gillingham programs, and tutoring. There are 16 rime cards with welded/glued sounds. This can be used with any reading or phonics program and blank cards are included to add additional sounds or word families. Kids use the Word Crush Board to hunt for beginning sounds to make words. The board includes consonants, digraphs, and blends. Turn it into a game to see which sound gets the highest score. Included: Word Crush Board to print in color or black and white, 16 rime cards (an, am, all, ung, unk, onk, ong, ang, ink, ank, ing, old, ild, old, ind, ost), blank cards, recording sheet in color and black and white, writing extension activity, a list of possible words for each sound, sound chart, directions, and ideas for differentiation.
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Letter Reversals and Alphabet Practice Mega Bundle

Letter Reversals and Alphabet Practice Mega Bundle

These resources are packed with over 240 fun, multi-sensory activities to help with alphabet letter recognition, letter reversals, tracking, directionality, and reading fluency. They use multiple senses to activate different parts of the brain and build stronger connections. They also reinforce memory skills, problem-solving skills, fine motor control, and the importance of left, right, up and down. These skills are essential for reading success and can be especially challenging for those with dyslexia and other learning difficulties making is difficult for them to comprehend what they are reading. By using these engaging, multi-sensory activities students can exercise their brain to improve some of the issues associated with dyslexia and character recognition. They are also useful for struggling readers of all ages. Fun as a warm up or quick activity, students enjoy them so much they do them over and over again. Included: Brain Exercises for Learning to Read – Alphabet Visual Discrimination. Letter Reversal Resource Binder of Activities b d p q g and Letter Reversal Interactive Spinners for b d p q g. What you will find inside: ✎Ideas for how to use Brain Exercises with students of all ages. ✎Multisensory “Amazing Maze” and “Amazing Box Tool” for visual discrimination, letter recognition, and directionality practice. This fun, hands on activity also promotes memory and right-left brain integration. ✎Five different activity sheets for each letter of the alphabet, 4 A-Z activities, and 4 vowel activities. (138 total). Activities include: tracing, matching, find the letter, complete the pattern/picture, mazes, scanning, reading fluency practice, multisensory movement ideas. ✎Left/Right directionality practice sheets, including practice with fine motor skills and reading fluency. ✎Letter reversal spinners ✎b/d p/q activity sheets ✎Play-doh mats ✎Sorting cards ✎Games ✎Mazes ✎Color by letter ✎Reading practice You may be interested in these other resources for students who struggle with letter reversals and dyslexia. ★Free b and d Letter Reversal Bookmark. ★Reverse It Card Game – Letter Reversal Edition ★Letter Reversal Word Card Game
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Compound Word Word Game and Center Activities

Compound Word Word Game and Center Activities

These compound word work games and learning center activities give your students multiple ways to master material. They provide practice with compound syllables, vocabulary, blending, and reading words. They are a great addition to any reading or phonics program and can be used with Orton-Gillingham methods. You get: Instructions for two games and extension activities. 66 picture word cards with single words in color and black and white 34 picture compound word cards in color and black and white Word list Blank sheet of cards Card backs Compound Word Button Graphic Compound Word Building Mat
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Describing objects using colourful semantics

Describing objects using colourful semantics

Use colourful semantics to describe everyday objects, using size, colour and object. Compose 3 key words sentences. 34 task cards and matching writing cards for objects of different size and colour. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets/taskcards are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills.
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Christmas Doodle Find

Christmas Doodle Find

Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete these worksheets successfully, the child must find each object that has been listed in amongst the other objects.
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Christmas Tree Doodles

Christmas Tree Doodles

Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete these worksheets successfully, the child must find each object that has been listed in amongst the other objects.
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Nonsense Words Phonics Card Game for Decoding Multi Syllable Words

Nonsense Words Phonics Card Game for Decoding Multi Syllable Words

In this fun phonics card game, players must be able to use word and syllable decoding skills to correctly read multisyllable nonsense words and get rid of their cards. Provides practice with syllable division rules, syllable types, and decoding skills. Word cards were created using EZRead Kids Font made for dyslexic readers and students that learn differently. This game can be used as extra practice for students using any Orton Gillingham based reading program. Players practice identifying letters and blending sounds to decode words. Cards may also be used as flash cards or as a matching game activity. This game provides differentiated instruction for tutoring sessions, general classroom use, homeschool, and special education. The decoding skills used in these words include: syllable division, v-e syllables, closed syllables, open syllables, r-controlled syllables, le syllables, vowel teams, short vowel sounds, consonants, digraphs, CVC words, the sounds of am and an, the ll,ss,ff spelling rule, the suffix s, blends, and welded sounds (ing, ang, ong, ung, ink, ank, onk, and unk). A list of words used in this game is provided. For 2 to 4 players Grades K-3, Special Education Included: How to Assemble and Play 80 Word Cards (you can print as many as you need) 8 Draw 2 Cards 8 Skip Cards 8 Reverse Cards 4 Wild Cards 4 Wild Crazy Cards Set of blank cards to customize Back Side to make cards double sided
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Nonsense Words Phonics Card Game of Decoding

Nonsense Words Phonics Card Game of Decoding

Crazy Words is the colorful phonics card game that gives players practice decoding nonsense words. Players try to match color or letter to get rid of their cards while decoding nonsense words with CVC patterns, digraphs, blends, suffix s, and welded sounds. Word cards were created using EZRead Kids Font made for dyslexic readers and students that learn differently. This game can be used as extra practice for students using any Orton Gillingham based reading program. Players practice identifying letters and blending sounds to decode words. Cards may also be used as flash cards or as a matching game activity. This game provides differentiated instruction for tutoring sessions, general classroom use, homeschool, and special education. For 2 to 4 players Grades K-3, Special Education Included: How to Assemble and Play 80 Word Cards (you can print as many as you need) 8 Draw 2 Cards 8 Skip Cards 8 Reverse Cards 4 Wild Cards 4 Wild Crazy Cards Set of blank cards to customize Back Side to make cards double sided
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