Simple posters, in blue colour way, with a rhyme describing magic 'e' and, the alternative term used in some schools, bossy 'e'. Clearly laid out with examples for each vowel. Available in a choice of fonts.
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
This is my take on vocab pockets. I put a variety of high level adjectives for common words such as happy or sad into jewellery bags and hung them onto hooks to encourage children to use them to expand their vocabulary. Jeweller bags were £2 from eBay, bargain!!!
Thank you to KS2 teacher Rachael for sharing her Boggle interactive display made using Twinkl Create! She's stuck the letters on using Velcro so they are really easy to change over. What words can you find? Easy - letters don't have to touch. Hard - letters of the word have to touch