Posts Tagged ‘Sight Words’

Spelling Hacks You Will Never Forget!

Spelling was always a bit of a struggle for me.  To this day, I have a small dictionary in my desk drawer, or I google the spelling of a word that I’m not sure of.  Spelling Rules were not really taught, at least not at my school!  In addition to words that are decodable, those nasty Red Words (sight words) can be tough too!  If I could have only had […]

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Six Ways to Get Sight Words to “STICK”!

Helping students to learn those difficult sight words can be challenging!  Gone are the days that we have students spell a list of words 10 times for a spelling test!  They only forget all of those words a day after the test! We can create new pathways in the brain by making instruction a multisensory experience.  Some sight words have parts of them what are decodable, and some of them […]

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A Strategy that Help Students with Down Syndrome Learn New Content to Mastery!

It’s always important to match proven strategieswith student needs.  Students with cognitive delays need us to scaffold supports so that they can reach their goals and feel that success and confidence. Students with Down Syndrome are particularly in need of taking in information at a slower rate.  If you work with this group, you know that if you are not giving enough support or if you are going too fast […]

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