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This Mini pPoster shows your students how to pronounce the past-tense vowel suffix -ed ending and when to use the /ed/, /d/, or /t/ sounds.Related resources:Interactive coding PPT reviewPDF coding activity with fillable formsWord coding activity with fillable forms
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@natalielptherapywww.natalielptherapy.comDyslexia Awareness Packet for TeachersDyslexia Gap Accumulation Model/ChartTop 10 Facts Teachers Should Know About Dyslexia
FREE Dyslexia Resource Links - PDF file A 6 page free resource full of links to Facebook pages, websites, YouTube Videos and articles. This is the first free file and our next target will be Autism Spectrum Disorders ADS). This freebie was designed to support our weekly post on our Facebook page.
This bingo game reviews Kit 2 vocabulary. You can have students make their own bingo card or pre-make cards for them. I laminated my cards to make them reusable. My middle school students enjoyed earning prizes for winning bingo games, and this bingo game helped them solidify the vocabulary.The purc
This bingo game reviews Kit 1 vocabulary. You can have students make their own bingo cards, pre-make cards for your students, or print out the bonus bingo cards included in the pdf file (they're not beautiful, but they work!). I laminated my cards to make them reusable. My middle school students enj
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It's important to distinguish between voiced and unvoiced sounds in Dyslexia programs. This chart helps students learn how to distinguish between the two.Same resource, different formats:PDFWORDRelated resources:Voiced or Unvoiced letter sounds Drag & Drop, PowerPointVoiced or Unvoiced letter so
This Google Slides presentation about alphabetizing to the first, second, and third letters is scaffolded with guide letters in red bold print and animations to help students who find alphabetizing difficult.The preview shows all of the slides.The video also previews the presentation; however, there
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These are the foundational questions for coding vowels, starting in MTA Kit 1, or at the beginning of Alphabet Phonics. This mini-poster helps students remember the questions to ask when coding vowels.
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This colorful and targeted READ, WRITE, & SPELL Irregular Words Board Game, in PDF file format, makes reviewing irregular words fun for students. The game contains all irregular words for Kits 1-7, allowing teachers to differentiate for students in different kits.--------------------------------
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13 WORD files, 30% off.These posters define words that are related to the structure of English language and are particularly relevant to Dyslexia programs.Definition Mini Posters include:Base Word and Derivative CombinationDigraphDiphthong Final Stable SyllableMorpheme Prefix Suffix SyllableUnequi
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13 PDF files, 30% off.These posters define words that are related to the structure of English language and are particularly relevant to Dyslexia programs.Definition Mini Posters include:Base Word and Derivative CombinationDigraphDiphthong Final Stable SyllableMorpheme Prefix Suffix SyllableUnequiv
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In this review Drag and Drop activity, students categorize words with -ly as either base words (b.w.) or as base words plus suffix (b.w. + â–ˇ).Don't forget to use in normal mode. This will not work in presentation mode.Versions of the same product:Google Slides Drag and DropPowerPoint Drag and DropPD
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This bingo game reviews all suffixes introduced in Kits 1-5:-s-ing-less-ness-er-est-en-ed (t/d/ed)-y-ly-ful-esYou can have students make their own bingo cards or you can pre-make the cards. Consider laminating them for reuse so you can use them over and over! Related resources:Kits 1-5 SUFFIX Bingo,
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This bingo game reviews all suffixes introduced in Kits 1-5:-s-ing-less-ness-er-est-en-ed (t/d/ed)-y-ly-ful-esYou can have students make their own bingo cards or you can pre-make the cards. Consider laminating them for reuse so you can use them over and over! Related resources:Kits 1-5 SUFFIX Bingo,
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In this review Drag and Drop activity, students categorize words with -y as either base words (b.w.) or as base words plus suffix (b.w. + â–ˇ).Don't forget to use in normal mode. This will not work in presentation mode.Versions of the same product:Google Slides Drag and DropPowerPoint Drag and DropPDF
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These typed, editable documents let you use your computer to project on a screen all irregular words referenced in Kits 1-7 (approx 225 words). Each word is on its own page and has a footnote indicating which kit it comes from.Different Versions of same product:PDFWordPowerpointGoogle Slides
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These typed, editable documents let you use your computer to project on a screen all irregular words referenced in Kits 1-7 (approx 225 words). Each word is on its own page and has a footnote indicating which kit it comes from. Different Versions of same product:PDFWordPowerpointGoogle Slides
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These typed, editable documents let you use your computer to project on a screen all irregular words referenced in Kits 1-7 (approx 225 words). Each word is on its own page and has a footnote indicating which kit it comes from. Different Versions of same product:PDFWordPowerpointGoogle Slides
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These typed, editable documents let you use your computer to project on a screen all irregular words referenced in Kits 1-7 (approx 225 words). Each word is on its own page and has a footnote indicating which kit it comes from. Different Versions of same product:PDFWordPowerpointGoogle Slides
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Quartile knowledge is the foundation for dictionary skills. This interactive review uses a spinner to choose letters for quartile practice. Bonus question: does the letter come at the beginning, middle, or end of the quartile? This helps students pinpoint approximately where each letter is in the di
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This 20% off bundle includes 10 Mini Posters that illustrate procedures learned in Kit 1 MTA/Schedule 1 Alphabet Phonics.Bonus Procedures Cootie Catcher file included.
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This mini-poster showing handwriting approach strokes comes in handy when teaching handwriting to beginning Dyslexia classes (MTA Kit 1 or Alphabet Phonics Schedule 1). Approach stroke practice sheets are available here:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/DYSLEXIA-RESOURCES-Handwriting-Appro
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This document, 11x17 Microsoft Word Alphabet Arc, Letter and Quartile Strips, helps beginning Dyslexia students learn: letter picture and name correspondencequartile breakdownsSame resource, different formats:11x17 Microsoft Word Alphabet Arc, Letter and Quartile Strips, PDF11x17 Microsoft Word Alph
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Five of my popular Dyslexia bingo kits in one big savings bundle! 5 for the price of 4!
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