Visual discrimination is such an important part of developing a child's reading ability, but it is so often an activity that gets left behind.
Why not pair it with phonics practice?
All your littlies have to do is scan the lines and circle the target phonemes/sounds when they see them. It'll help them to secure their visual tracking skills while practising their phase 3 phonics recognition.
Turn it into a game by having your littlies race against one another, or give them stopwatches and let them race against themselves.
These are great for literacy/English books and journals, or to laminate and use in phonics lessons.
All based on the UK letters and sounds phonics scheme.
As always, my products are made using the OpenDyslexic font to help our dyslexic learners.
The first appearances from my alien classmates! Always popular in my own classroom, I've decided to start including the clipart on my products. Enjoy the (mostly) friendly critters!
- 26 Visual Discrimination Worksheets
(and some super friendly aliens!)