sh ch resources

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These are reading & spelling resources from www.helpingdyslexia.co.uk Although made for dyslexic students; they would be useful for all children. Sh & Ch should be taught & consolidated separately before using the resources that combine both.Use the word cards; sentences & other resources; just for sh first.

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July 2016
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January 2016
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May 2012
Thank you for all of these timesaving resources. Appreciate your hard work. Very useful for small group work.
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February 2012
Thank you! Will definately use these this week!
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May 2010
excellent clever teaching tools thanks
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May 2010
I will use these with my small phonics group of LA children. Thank you for sharing!
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May 2010
You are right janedd. I have added a board game to use with word cards &amp; sentences + information sheet. <br/> <br/>Teach sh first getting children to say/ make words with plastic letters &amp; then write dictated words under picture cues. There are sentences with just sh to dictate. The resources that are just for sh should be used first to consolidate. Use board games with just the sh cards &amp; sentences. <br/>Ch can then be introduced &amp; consolidated before using the resources for both together. <br/>I should have made this clear. <br/>Sorry, would not let me post this without a rating!! <br/>Mags2612 <br/>
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May 2010
Wow! Thanks for the great resources!
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April 2010
Super games here which I can use for class and homework games for my small group who are repeating Phase 3. <br/> <br/>Thanks for your hard work.