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This is an activity to help prepare students for taking the DIBELS letter naming fluency assessment.  The children will roll a dice and read the row of letters next to the number that he/she rolled.

Roll and Read Through the Year

Roll and Read Letter Naming Fluency Assessment (from What I Learned in Kindergarten) - small group intervention

Create a cute accent to a book nook or bedroom by decoupaging book pages on to inexpensive craft store letters. So many possibilities!

DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children's Book Nook

Reverse It - Over 60 printable activities to help students with dyslexia overcome letter reversals and confusion between the letters b, d, p, q and g.  Great for early readers, special education, homeschool, reading centers, and phonics tutoring. Multi-sensory, interactive activities.  See more at Tammy's Toolbox - www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/tammystoolbox-4544

good link with ready-made worksheets and printables that can help students with dyslexia to read commonly reversed letters (p, q, g, b, and d)

READ Letters for Classroom Library | The Learning Effect

Monday Made It: READ Letters for Classroom Library

Letter Reversal Posters {FREE}

Letter Reversal Posters {FREE

Teach Your Child to Read - Letter Reversal Posters FREE - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

10 FREE SIGHT WORD FLUENCY PHRASES This pack is great for beginning readers or struggling readers in Pre-K, Kindergarten and in First Grade to build confidence in reading.

10 FREE SIGHT WORD FLUENCY PHRASES This pack is great for beginning readers or struggling readers in Pre-K, Kindergarten and in First Grade to build confidence in reading. by marquita

Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

DIY READ letters for a book nook

Decor Hacks : Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

DIY READ letters for a book nook

Dollar Store Craft - Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

DIY Decoupage Letters. Use books with missing pages to make these decorative letters for kids room!

20+ Best DIY Decorative Letters with Lots of Tutorials

Free Blends Cards and Dice. Perfect for class posters or small group activities. So helpful for teaching kids how to read blends.

Free Blends Cards and Dice

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Free Blends Cards and Dice. Perfect for class posters or small group activities. So helpful for teaching kids how to read blends. - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

$1 Bin Dr. Seuss Wall Art : Use thumb tacks to adhere the bag to a small canvas.

DIY Wall ArtFound in Targets One Dollar BinsCanvas - Can be bought at any craft storeCut bags and pull tightly behind canvas using thumbtacks to keep in placePerfect inexpensive wall art 😊

Short Vowel - Missing Vowel Mats | This Reading Mama for Free Homeschool Deals

FREE SHORT VOWEL MISSING VOWEL MATS (instant download)