Specific learning difficulty teaching resources: Visual processing disorder

Resources and ideas for special educational needs, specific learning difficulty, visual processing disorder, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Supplemental Word Lists & Activities

Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Supplemental Word Lists & Activities

A HUGE Bundle of the four levels: A, B, C, and D - along with a supplemental activities resource. You can purchase each of the Leveled Resources separately or purchase this bundle and receive the supplemental activities for free! This bundle represents a great resource of Spelling the Orton Gillingham Way, in a sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory approach based on the principles of Orton Gillingham and for large, small group or individual students. There is a supplemental activities resource available for after students have completed all four resources. This supplemental resource includes phonemic awareness activities; word lists; Words Within Words;If you have a question, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com . Have a wonderful day. Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)Key terms:Dyslexia; OG; Orton Gillingham; tutoring; Elizabeth Kenny; writing development; multisensory resources; parent support; literacy; spelling resources; Turner Syndrome

By ekennyfoggin

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Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (60 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications is the third book in the series created for classroom teachers, the focus of which is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their school work.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (48 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the Maths Rescue series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

Shaded Phonics Set 3&4 (Dyslexia)

Shaded Phonics Set 3&4 (Dyslexia)

Children with dyslexia often struggle with phonics. Shaded phonics allows the child to learn a letter-pattern and later a word pattern that makes recognition easier.

By rutecastro

Shaded Phonics Set 1 & 2 (Dyslexia)

Shaded Phonics Set 1 & 2 (Dyslexia)

Children with dyslexia often struggle with phonics. Shaded phonics allows the child to learn a letter-pattern and later a word pattern that makes recognition easier.I have used this resource for interventions with a high success rate.

By rutecastro

Staff CPD presentation - Classroom strategies for supporting dyslexic students

Staff CPD presentation - Classroom strategies for supporting dyslexic students

Presentation to be used for a staff CPD session. Brief introduction as to what is meant by dyslexia followed by twenty easy-to-implement classroom strategies, which will require little or no additional planning. Suitable for teachers and teaching assistants at KS2, 3, 4 and 5. Focus is on quality first teaching strategies and enabling dyslexic students to access the curriculum.Suitable for a whole school or department refresher or initial training session on dyslexia and aimed at those who have little / no prior experience of the topic.Writing by a senior advisory teacher, trainer and author in the field of special educational needs.

By Mortimer007

Classroom strategies for supporting dyslexic students (Guide for mainstream teachers)

Classroom strategies for supporting dyslexic students (Guide for mainstream teachers)

This is a guide for mainstream teachers on how best to support students with dyslexia or similar literacy difficulties. It is a 6 page mini-guide in PDF format and relevant for teachers of students at KS2, 3, 4 and 5. All the strategies included are designed to be quick and easy to implement; they require no additional time or planning and require no previous knowledge of dyslexia.This guide can be copied and distributed among staff at your school or displayed in the staffroom. It is a useful resource to encourage all staff to consider their quality first teaching and to create inclusive classrooms.The author, Victoria Honeybourne, is a senior advisory teacher for speech, language and communication needs. She is a trainer and writer, having published several books on special educational needs.More mini-guides on a range of topics for teachers and parents coming soon...

By Mortimer007

EAL Prompt Placemat

EAL Prompt Placemat

A mat that goes on the table under the childs sheet/book. Visual and listening prompts, and if you laminate it you can draw/write lesson specofic prompts and words around the sheet/book to further support learning. Can be used for SaLT and EAL.

By dlaytoun

SEN Swimming Assessment (and 5 accompanying lessons)

SEN Swimming Assessment (and 5 accompanying lessons)

A swimming assessment tool I created for providing a detailed assessment for students working at P4-P8. Each step offers progression from one step to another. There are 11 skills to be achieved in each step. The assessment framework was created for students within SEN particularly those with SLD.Together with this resources are 5 sample lessons that work well alongside the assessment tool. These lessons work as individualized lessons or small groups of up to 8 students. There is also a sensory story that could work well to prepare students that transitions from the class the setting to the swimming pool.

By GoldSEN

Shapes: Colouring Pages

Shapes: Colouring Pages

A collection of shapes that students can colour in. Ideal for primary school children, and for students learning English or other languages as they can write the name in another language below the picture.

By sarah277

Circle: Shapes Colouring Page

Circle: Shapes Colouring Page

A colouring activity to help students learn the names of shapes. Ideal for primary school students, and students learning English as a foreign language. To follow my world first solo row around the coast of Britain and daily life as an explorer:* Free educational videos: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/sarahrowssolo or Amazon Video: http://amzn.to/2jno3v8* Free virtual field trips: Skype in the Classroom: https://education.microsoft.com/vikingquest* Paid school speaker bookings: http://www.schoolspeakers.co.uk/speaker-listings/sarah-weldon

By sarah277

Rectangle: Shapes Colouring Page

Rectangle: Shapes Colouring Page

A colouring activity to help students learn the names of shapes. Ideal for primary school students, and students learning English as a foreign language. To follow my world first solo row around the coast of Britain and daily life as an explorer:* Free educational videos: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/sarahrowssolo or Amazon Video: http://amzn.to/2jno3v8* Free virtual field trips: Skype in the Classroom: https://education.microsoft.com/vikingquest* Paid school speaker bookings: http://www.schoolspeakers.co.uk/speaker-listings/sarah-weldon

By sarah277

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English Teachers Full Toolkit.

English Teachers Full Toolkit.

Full set of resources to enhance the teaching of both KS4: Literature and Language and KS3. The resource also includes Assembly Ideas and SEN tools.

By mrspatrick

Simple Word Search Puzzles in Large Print, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Simple Word Search Puzzles in Large Print, Autism, Special Education, SEND

10 large print, simple word search sheets (Set 1) for students with autism and special needs.Each word in these word search puzzles is in lower case letters and goes horizontally from left to right. They have been designed to make it easier for students who get visually distracted by busy puzzle pages. They are a great way to introduce the concept of word searches.You might also like:Who, What, Where Question CardsComparatives Clip CardsPronouns Worksheets

By CurriculumForAutism

Large Print Wordsearch Puzzles with Sight Words, Autism , SEND, Dyslexia

Large Print Wordsearch Puzzles with Sight Words, Autism , SEND, Dyslexia

20 large print, simple wordsearch sheets for students with autism and special needs.Each word in these wordsearch puzzles is in lower case letters and goes horizontally from left to right. These no prep worksheets have been designed to make it easier for students who get visually distracted by busy puzzle pages. They are a great way to introduce the concept of wordsearches.You might also like:Simple Wordsearches Set 1Simple Wordsearches Set 2Name Something, Vocabulary CardsAs some people with autism can be overloaded by too much visual input, all our resources have been designed with clear layout and plain backgrounds.

By CurriculumForAutism

Phoneme/Rhyming Sounds; Picture/Word SNAP!

Phoneme/Rhyming Sounds; Picture/Word SNAP!

A fun, child centred resource to practise phoneme and rhyming sounds. This resource can also be used for EFL.LEARNING OBJECTIVES:• To recognise and practise rhyming and phonemes sounds.• To match similar sounds together.Fully differentiated resource; play snap, matching sounds with pictures (the words can be stuck to the back of the card if necessary). Match words cards or match picture and word cards together.A PPT, to practise sounding out the phoneme sounds, highlighted in red.Resource includes:Fully differentiated picture/word snap cardsLesson planPPT.

By mrspatrick

Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6

Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6

Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1, KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6Do you have children interested in space?Do you need to teach older children to write legible, fluent, clearly formed cursive letters?This resource combines teaching children about space with letter writing practice using ONLY THE 5 VOWEL LETTERS. To receive the whole alphabet, go to A to Z cursive writing space adventure worksheets It asks a child to:• Trace, copy and write the alphabet• Write words related to the letter being copied. For example the worksheet for the letter E asks a child to write the words earth, ESA and extra terrestrial. • Each word has an explanation next to it. For example the worksheet for the letter O has the word orbit. It explains this is the path an object takes around another. This is great for those children who have an inquisitive mind.The children think they are learning about how to become an astronaut by writing words, sentences and short stories. They are in fact… developing their cursive writing skills. It helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1, Lower KS 2 and Upper KS2 to develop:• How to sit when writing, hold a pencil and angle the paper• Letter formations and joins• Starting and finishing points• The correct direction to follow• The number of strokes involved to produce a letter• Size and spacing of lettersIt uses an award winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers.Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process.The best bit is that they have no idea how much this resource is improving their handwriting as they are interested in learning more space. I use it and I know it works.You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you!Just print out and use. There are 14 pages of worksheets and guidance notes. IF YOU WANT THE WHOLE ALPHABET IT IS AVAILABLE AS A PAID RESOURCE A to Z cursive writing space adventure worksheets Suitable to whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.

By HelpwithHandwriting