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Hand signals for the kids during guided reading. It would teach them a procedure and avoid the distractions during silent reading. You could use this for grades 5th and down and it would help you meet Teaching Standard IV Learning Environment, Element IV.3: teachers manage the learning environment for the effective operation of the classroom.

Using highlighted paper and other strategies for improving handwriting. Free downloads.

DIY Vision Tracking Tube using colored electrical tape, bouncy ball, and "clear polycarbonate tube lamp guard" from Lowe's.

Visual schedule with pull down flaps + magnets. When item is completed, close the flap, and the word "done" is on the outside.

An interesting way to teach the concept of a sentence (Capitals and Punctuation)

Good way to teach how to differentiate between "b" and "d" Very Clever!

multisensory phonics reading for learning disabilities: aspergers, dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, right brain learners, visual learners, beginning readers

Visual phonics Wall chart

reading strategy cards... Great to give parents during conferences or curriculum night

This poster was created to give students a visual cue of what letters make more than one sound. This will help them to become more automatic with ...

Sound Fun Phonic Flash Cards. Music-Motion-Visual Cues!