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30th March 2012 at 01:00
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Visually-impaired and dyslexic children can dislike the dark screen of the Kindle, as words appear to move or look fuzzy. RM Education's new product READRight aims to help by adding a coloured transparent filter which makes words look clearer. A leather cover with coloured screen (pink, yellow or green), pound;12.98.


"Dinosaur Cards" give handwriting practice a Jurassic vibe with sheets featuring a dinosaur for each letter of the alphabet. This script has proved to be "the best to help with letter formation and orientation", says minisue59, and butterfly16's Year 3 class is highly motivated by the dinosaur theme.


It may seem impossible to tackle Shakespeare with P1-3s, but TES English's guide explains how his work can be translated for the young or old.

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