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Worth trying... Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

Thanks to brain specialist Fritz Mengert, I learned how to use a red dot in my reading instruction. Mengert told me that placing a red dot in the center of a word helps kids focus on the middle rather than just the beginning.

How I Got 18 out of 23 Kids to Master 100% of Their Sight Words | Heidi Songs

How I Got 18 out of 23 Kids to Master 100% of Their Sight Words

Spelling/Sight words and sidewalk chalk.give each student a personalized bag of sight words and and a piece of chalk and have them write them outside -- perfect for warm weather!

Teach Your Kids The Clever Cat Trick For Perfect Writing

Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. A play bas.

Have you ever used a Vowel Tree in your school room?  A Vowel Tree helps children develop the pre-reading skill, word blends.  If a Vowel Tree is new to you, here are a few tips.    Start by placing one consonant from your moveable alphabet, such as ”r” in front of “a”.  Say “ra” to the child.     Move down the trunk until you’ve demonstrated all of the word blends: “re”, “ri”, “ro&...

A Vowel Tree helps children develop the pre-reading skill, word blends. Move down the trunk until you’ve demonstrated all of the word blends: ra, re, ri

I'm such a fan of this program and use it for spelling. Making words - Really like this, but perhaps in correct font

Making Words: File folders with sticky notes on the inside that have letters on them, use the sticky notes to make words. Could use velcro tabs an laminated cards for guided reading groups or word work center.

Literacy Center freebies

On A Roll - Adjectives. "On a Roll" is a super-fun way to build silly sentences {while learning skills like correct adjective placement}.

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

Discount of for homeschoolers who use the code HSDISCOUNT off sight word pictures! - Get a rebate off your purchase of SnapWords, sight word pictures for young children, by sharing with your friends!

FREE Dolch sight word assessment. Assessment materials, recording forms and progress monitoring charts. Great for RtI.

Assessing and Progress Monitoring Sight Words

Free sight word assessment for the Dolch 220 sight words. Assessment materials, recording forms and progress monitoring charts. Perfect for RtI!

These Word Sliders from 123 Homeschool for Me help children continue to work on fine motor skills (important for strengthenin

20 Kindergarten Word Family Sliders FREE

Here is a fun way for Kindergarten kids to work on their fine motor skills while gaining confidence reading word families. These 20 FREE Kindergarten Word Family Sliders are a fun homeschool language arts activity for kids.

Head Hunters Sight Word Game    Each student gets a card with a sight word to stick on their head, the students roamed around the room reading sight words. They drew a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead.

Head Hunters Sight Word Game: Each student gets a card with a sight word to stick on his/her head. Students roam around the room reading sight words. They draw a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead. So fun!

Teaching your child how to write out the letters of the alphabet or the letters in their name can be a challenge but once they mastered ...

Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. A play bas.

Visual Phonics

Really Good Letter Sound Poster! This poster was created to give students a visual cue of what letters make more than one sound.

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