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
Resource Binder of Activities for Commonly Reversed Letter
Freebie! Christmas frog themed letter discrimination page to help with frequently reversed letters. Students can color the page according the key or use bingo chips to save paper. Works great with small groups and independent centers. I also tucked in a little math at the bottom of the page. (We have the visual color representation of frogs.....why not?!) I purchased little plastic containers at The Dollar Tree to hold the bingo chips.
How to solve letters b-d reversal problems with simple tips and activities.
The Reverse It Resource Binderincludes over 60 visual discrimination activities for the letters b,d,p,q, and g. Early readers and students with dyslexia often reverse or confuse letters. These exercises were designed to strengthen skills in visual memory, tracking, spatial skills, directionality, scanning, visual discrimination, and details.
As a teacher, I assumed (wrongly) that Dyslexia is about about reversing letters and reading backwards. I learned that Dyslexia covers a big range of reading and math challenges. Dyslexia means that the brain processes sounds and/or symbols differently.
Hyperlexia - Can co-exist or be misdiagnosed as Autism in young children. It is the ability to decode words,yet lack comprehension of the word or words read. There is also a difficulty and delay with speaking, with added impairments understanding spoken language. Those with Autism are said to frequently reverse letters, this is not necessarily Dyslexia in and of itslef, and can also co-exist with Autism. Ha ha just did it...not changing it either!