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Orton Gillingham Tools For Kids With Dyslexia. 100 activities to help children with dyslexia differentiate and correctly use “b”, “d”, “p” and “q” letters. 6-8 years. Black & White Edition. Paperback – Aug. 20 2021
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Dyslexia is a specific and persistent learning disability that affects reading and writing.
For children with dyslexia, learning to read and write can be a difficultchallenge for families and educators to tackle. For these children, writtenlanguage becomes a great barrier, often without meaning or logic, whichgenerates rejection of the task, frustration and discomfort.
In this book you will find activities to:
- Read and trace ‘b’, ‘d’, ‘p’, and ‘q’ letters
- Write and color ‘b’, ‘d’, ‘p’, and ‘q’ letters
- Stamp and write
- Circle the sound
- Find the missing sound
- Make the letters ‘b’, ‘d’, ‘p’, and ‘q’ maze
In 100 varied activities to help the child use letters ‘b’, ‘d’, ‘p’, and ‘q’ correctly
The Orton Gillingham methodology is a tool that allows educators to have varied resources so that they can teach reading and writing to children (mainly with dyslexia) in a structured, organized and multi-sensory way.
All the research on teaching phonics to students with dyslexia has come to the same conclusion: explicit and systematic phonics instruction using multi-sensory methods is the most effective. And this can be applied to all struggling readers.
- ASIN : B09DMRFJBM
- Publisher : Independently published (Aug. 20 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 105 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8460968138
- Item weight : 299 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 0.61 x 27.94 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,108 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I am looking for tools for a child with dyslexia, to help him get caught up. This was not it.