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Dyslexia friendly reading advice

Dyslexia friendly reading advice

These pages from the Waterstones website include advice on what makes a dyslexia friendly book plus a list of dyslexia friendly titles and a downloadble guide to books for young dyslexic readers.
TES_Community
House Point Cards

House Point Cards

A selection of house-point credit cards - award them for good work etc, etc. These are blanks to be coloured in by you or pupils, but it’s an easy job to fill the writing in Word
mattiek
Abbreviations relating to educational inclusion in England

Abbreviations relating to educational inclusion in England

If you teach students who have special educational needs, speak English as an additional language or are gifted and talented, then this reference work is for you. This index contains both locally coined and nationally recognised acronyms. I have started a thread in the SEN section of the TES staffroom where contributors can post additions and corrections, which I will try and incorporate at the earliest opportunity. This Adobe Acrobat file is a work in progress.
Dodros
Quiz maker website - all subjects, choice of 10 languages

Quiz maker website - all subjects, choice of 10 languages

This excellent website has many maths resources but the quiz maker can be used for ANY SUBJECT The quizzes have ten questions with multiple choice answers (made up by you) and can be saved and played online by the pupils or on an IWB. There is a primary/SEN version which is more colourful and a secondary version that looks a bit more grown up. There is a choice of ten different languages that can be used. I have shown it as being for SEN as ALL SUBJECTS is unavailable but you can customise it to suit.
feelingchilly