Are you looking for a quick and easy intervention to help students who struggle with b and d letter reversals? It is common for beginning readers to confuse similarly formed letters, especially b and d. Struggling readers may also have a difficult time discriminating between these letters because they function developmentally like beginning readers. Letter reversals not only make reading more difficult, but they also impact children’s ability to write.
Short, focused, daily instruction is important because it trains the brain to recognize the differences between letters. With beginning readers, daily practice can help prevent these letter confusions. Likewise, daily practice for struggling readers can often correct these letter confusions.
Who can use these activities?
• Title teachers
• General education teachers
• Special education teachers
• ELL teachers
When can I use these activities?
• Whole-group instruction
• Small-group instruction
• 1-on-1 intervention
What do I get when I purchase this product?
• 4 printable posters(B and D Thumbs together, B Thumb, D Thumb, and individual cards)
• 680 slides (open in PowerPoint or save to your Google Drive and use on iPad)