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    Introduce simple preschool spelling skills through fun puzzle play. Each of the 20 puzzles features a colourful illustration and a corresponding three-letter word.
    • Each puzzle features a simple word such as bat, dog or bus.
    • Each fits together in a unique way so there’s only one right answer. This lets young children experiment and self-correct as they play and learn.
    • Each set of 3-Letter Word Puzzle Cards comes in a sturdy reusable box that doubles as a storage container when playtime is done.
    • Puzzles measure 10cm L x 10cm W.
  • These plays have been written by Michael Coleman, Jaqui Farley, Susan Holliday, Ann Ruffell and Elaine Sishton. The first two plays have 4 or 5  scenes and five characters. Further plays have one or two acts, more scenes and the characters increase in number. At the beginning of each play the author sets out a short description of each character and their particular traits.  
  • This is an exciting  fun-based game for  children to help them learn letters and sounds. It comes in the format of a board game with little creatures to move around the board. Each player has a home base for all their bugs.There are four bugs for each home base in different colours.  
  • Alphabet counters-0 Alphabet counters-0
    These 26mm counters are made of rigid white board materials. They are laminated for durability and colour coded for vowel and consonant identification.
  • Alphabet dice-0 Alphabet dice-0
    This 20 sided dice has a different capital letter on each face and is useful for games an dictionary work.
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    Gavin Reid, Gad Elbeheri and John Everatt have written a comprehensive book which provides all the information that practitioners need to know about assessment in relation to their pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties. The why, how and what of assessment is  is addressed. whilst the link between assessment and interventions also a key focus.
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    Assessment of Learners with DyslexicType Difficulties -0 Assessment of Learners with DyslexicType Difficulties -0
    This book links theory research and practice in analysing , interpreting and using appropriate assesssments in order to devise targets for teaching. It is ideal for those training to be specialist teachers and assessors of learners with dyslexia. It includes exemplars of diagnostic assessment reports.
  • Blue trigger card refill-0 Blue trigger card refill-0
    This pack is playing card size and contains approx. 40 cards.
  • Blue writing book-0 Blue writing book-0
    This exercise book has blue pages to alleviate visual stress in those pupils affected by writing on white paper.
  • Stepping Stones to learning  have produced this first pre-reading game to help develop children's thyme awareness. This pack contains five unique rhyming games that challenge different skill levels. It
    • Develops rhyming which is an important pre-reading skill
    • Uses a  multi-sensory approach and targets different skill levels
    • Is hands-on, self correcting
    • Increases vocabulary
    • Enhances problem solving
    • Encourages fine motor skills
    • Requires no reading
    • Is for 1 -4 players
  • Day to day dyslexia in the classroom-0 Day to day dyslexia in the classroom-0
    This fully revised and updated edition of a classic text offers invaluable advice to teachers on how they can recognize specific learning difficulties and give practical help to children in their classes.
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    Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom-0 Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom-0
    The demands on children's memory in the classroom are high. The resources contained in this book include- A variety of photocopiable games and activities Extensive teaching notes A range of sample letters to parents/carers Essential information sheets Bespoke baseline assessment tools A detailed programme that can be run by a teaching assistant under the guidanceo f the SENCo
  • This six-sided dice contains the vowels a,e,i,o,u and y. This dice is particularly useful for playing phonic games.
  • Dragonfly Games-Developing and Supporting Dyslexics 7 - 14-0 Dragonfly Games-Developing and Supporting Dyslexics 7 - 14-0
    These games are photocopiable and were designed for use with small groups of dyslexic pupils.
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    Pat Heaton has written the book with parents in mind. She makes the point that dyslexic children do not live in a vacuum. Their parents and family also have needs. Her book is divided into two sections. The first section covers the signs and symptoms of dyslexia,  and the feelings and frustration experienced by their parents. Help and advice is given towards the end of section which deals with practicalities. Section two contains activities ro help such as  word searches and ladder games closely following the order in the  classic 'Alpha to Omega' programme  
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    This book, by Morag Hunter-Carsch and Margaret Herrington, is for teachers in secondary schools, colleges and universities all of whom have amongst their students, some who may be described as' dyslexic'. It is thus not only for literacy support specialists but for all teachers. It has grown out of cross-sector, multi-disciplinary discussions and reflections on research and practice over many years. It brings together research findings and perspectives of professionals and students.


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