Syllable Counting Cards
These Syllable Counting Cards are designed for pre-readers with learning disabilities to build their phonological awareness.
Diphthong Worksheets - Build and Write
Diphthong Worksheets - Build and Write are worksheets designed for students with learning disabilities to learn how to read a diphthong, blended vowel word. Diphthongs are words like cloud, count, couch, pout, etc. These worksheets are a craft activity.
Build a Flower Letter Phonics Pack
Build a Flower Phonics Pack is an activity for pre-readers and those with learning disabilities. It is a craft to do with the child that teaches them the sound of letters.
Rhyme Time Game Boards
Rhyme Time Game Boards are designed for students with learning disabilities to play a rhyming game. The rhymes featured come directly from books. The Cat in the Hat; 1 Fish, 2 Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish; and Green Eggs and Ham. The game is played like bingo, with small manipulatives that go on the words the teacher calls out.
Build a Snowman Phonics Pack
The Build a Snowman Phonics Pack is an activity similar to the Build a Flower pack. It is an activity designed for pre-readers and those individuals with brain injury and other learning disabilities. It is a craft to do with the child that teaches them the sounds of letters.
DIY Word Wall Folder
The DIY Word Wall Folder is a do it yourself educational craft designed for young learners and those with learning disabilities to teach them how to spell words they can read but are having trouble writing. This is because often children have trouble spelling words they know how to read.
DIY Spelling Folder
The DIY Spelling Folder is a do it yourself educational craft designed for students to do in the classroom to help them learn spelling.
Color the Chunks Phonics Pages
The Color the Chunks Phonics Pages is a do it yourself activity for students with learning disabilities to learn how to read and write words with long i vowel sounds. These pages include eight different long i word families: -ice, -ide, -ike, -ime, -ine, -ight, -ind, and -y. Words with a single beginning letter, such as time, are mixed in with words that include blends or digraphs, such as grime and prime on each page. Some words, at the bottom of the page, are two syllable words.