Spelling Rules Cards
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Spelling Rules Cards

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A set of printable cards with spelling rules for the following sounds ai/ay, oi/oy, ou/ow, j/ge/dge, v/ve and ss/ce. This is the first in a whole set of resources that will be built up over time. There is a choice of Sassoon or Open Dyslexia font and the resources are created in dyslexia friendly colour schemes. This resource is text only - one with image support will be added at a later date.
Alternative Vocabulary Word Mats
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Alternative Vocabulary Word Mats

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A set of four mats - all with the same layout and vocabulary, just in different designs. All have coloured backgrounds and include alternative words for 'said&' on one side and alternatives for &';went' on the other. Versions 1 and 3 are Sassoon font while versions 2 and 4 are in Chinacat font
Prefixes, Base Words and Suffixes
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Prefixes, Base Words and Suffixes

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A simple crib sheet that explains prefixes, base words and suffixes in clear and easy to read sentences. Not exhaustive but a good starting point for pupils who have difficulty in this area.
b and d reversal reminders
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b and d reversal reminders

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Simple illustrated foldovers with supporting illustrations. Uses the terms 'First the bat and then the ball&' and &';First the dog and then the tail'. There is a choice of Sassoon or Open Dyslexia font
Wonderful Words Vocabulary Mat
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Wonderful Words Vocabulary Mat

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A set of four mats - all with the same layout and vocabulary, just in different designs. All have coloured backgrounds and include alternative words for 'big&', &';little', &'sad&';, 'happy&' and a number of other common words. Versions 1 and 3 are Sassoon font while versions 2 and 4 are in Chinacat font
Spelling Rules Cards - Set 2
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Spelling Rules Cards - Set 2

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A set of printable cards with spelling rules for the following sounds short o after qu, short o after w, or before l, ur after w, q and x. There is a choice of Sassoon or Open Dyslexia font and the resources are created in dyslexia friendly colour schemes. This resource is text only - one with image support will be added at a later date.
Dyslexia Difficulties Mind Map
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Dyslexia Difficulties Mind Map

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A Mind Map, created in PowerPoint, that works as a poster or as a mini presentation that could be used as part of staff training or to build awareness. This list of difficulties is not exhaustive but is a flavour of some of the issues that can affect students with dyslexia,
Dyslexia Awareness Poster
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Dyslexia Awareness Poster

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A poster, showing some of the difficulties pupils with dyslexia may face. The list of difficulties is not exhaustive but is a flavour of some of the issues. Based on our popular mind map presentation. Version 1 has a black background while version two has a more 'printer friendly&' white background.
Sound Button Cards: Phase 2 L and S
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Sound Button Cards: Phase 2 L and S

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Simple word flash cards with 'buttons&' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more &';grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette. The set includes 96 words in total.
Additional Wonderful Words Vocabulary Mat
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Additional Wonderful Words Vocabulary Mat

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Another set of four mats - all with the same layout and vocabulary, just in different designs. All have coloured backgrounds and include alternative words for 'walk&', &';run', &'tell&';, 'make&' and a number of other common words. Versions 1 and 3 are Sassoon font while versions 2 and 4 are in Chinacat font
Double Sided Sound Codes Chart
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Double Sided Sound Codes Chart

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An easy to use reference chart, showing the 44 sounds used in the English language, that shows a whole selection of variants used for each sound and simple vocabulary to support this. One version is in Sassoon font while a second is available in the new Open dyslexic font
Contraction Foldables
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Contraction Foldables

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Foldable strips that allow learners to see how two words become one contraction. Includes various examples and a blank template for creating your own. Blue coloured backgrounds and Sassoon font throughout
Sounds the same, spelt differently
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Sounds the same, spelt differently

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A set of cards that highlight the differences between ‘there, their and they’re’, ‘here and hear’ and ‘where, wear and we’re’. Simple written support in dyslexia friendly colours. Contains short example sentences to support understanding. Available in Sassoon or the new Open Dyslexic font. A version with supporting images will be added at a later date.
Sound Button Cards: Phase 5 L and S
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Sound Button Cards: Phase 5 L and S

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Simple word flash cards with 'buttons&' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more &';grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette. This set includes words with &'magic e&'; (or 'bossy e&'). Whenever there is a magic e this letter is starred above.
Confusing Spellings - Homophones
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Confusing Spellings - Homophones

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Interactive presentation focusing on there, where, here, wear, hear, they're, we&'re and their. Presentation can be worked through in any order due to triggers included within. Gently paced to allow for thinking time/discussion etc. Presentation uses a font called Chinacat (round a, easy to read) and this has been embedded. Backgrounds are blue/grey and the font is dark blue rather than black.
Sound Button Cards: Phase 3 L and S
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Sound Button Cards: Phase 3 L and S

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Simple word flash cards with ‘buttons’ below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more ‘grown up’ and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette. This set includes words with ‘magic e’ (or ‘bossy e’). Whenever there is a magic e this letter is starred above.
Take 5 Word Building Activity - Phase 2
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Take 5 Word Building Activity - Phase 2

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Word building activity, focusing on Phase 2 Letters and sounds. Players take sound cards and make words of up to five sounds. Full instructions included. Could be used as a 1:1 activity with support or in a supported group. Sound cards could be used in other ways. Version one has vowel sounds in yellow, consonant sounds in blue. Version 2 has blue cards throughout. Sassoon font.
Sound Button Cards: Phase 4 L and S
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Sound Button Cards: Phase 4 L and S

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Simple word flash cards with 'buttons&' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more &';grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette.
Hard and Soft c reminders
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Hard and Soft c reminders

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Simple foldovers showing spelling hints for hard and soft c sounds. Version 1 has supporting illustrations while version 2 is text only for older learners.