Dyslexia - If you have employees, or have candidates in the recruitment process, here's a quick guide to the variety of skills that can be affected by dyslexia. Some you may not have considered in workplace situations.
Do you have students who do their assignments, but can’t remember to turn them in? Or maybe they want to get better test scores, but they can’t seem to initiate studying at home. Maybe they don’t even know what good study habits look like? Chances are goo
fonts designed for and special needs students makes it easier for them to: Recognize characters (improve legibility) Comprehend what they read better (improve readability) Practice their initial handwriting Avoid common reading and writing mistakes
Along with difficulty reading, difficulty spelling is a hallmark of dyslexia. While dyslexia is something that can’t be “cured,” there are a great number of tools to help a dyslexic overcome many of its challenges, including difficulty spelling.
5 Must Try Classroom Tools for Building Number Sense
(pinning now, read in depth soon) Dyscalculia, sometimes known as "math dyslexia," affects the ability to make sense of and work with numbers. Learn about math learning disabilities and disorders, including symptoms and treatment.
Sight words are an important building block in learning to read. We could all use fresh ideas and activities for practicing sight words like this fun game! Sight word scratch is perfect for Kindergarten, First Grade, and even Second Grade!