I have created an Alphabet Chart and Split Hundreds Chart
that your primary students will use every day. My charts have been enlarged for ease of viewing and created using the Open Dyslexic Font (www.opendyslexic.org)
I found these charts were very useful in my primary grade classrooms specifically for students who were consistently showing reversals of letters and numbers in their writing. They found it easier to read the charts when working with letter formation and math computation with the Hundreds Grid. The number grid has been split into six parts (0 to 300). The numbers are colored by place value. The alphabet chart has also been split into two parts. I copied each section on the front and the back of oaktag paper. Then I laminated the charts. They are small enough to keep in your students' class work folders. You can also make copies to send home.
Trista Lanette Pollard, back to school Hundreds Grid, Alphabet grid, dyslexia, special education.
Chalkspot Alphabet/Number Grid Charts for Primary Grades
by Trista Lanette Pollard, NBCT
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License