Dyslexia Resource Treasures Collection

A special selection of new resources, designed to support pupils with dyslexia, created just for you.
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5 Top Tips for supporting pupils with dyslexia - downloadable poster to display in your staff room or teaching centre

Top tips for supporting pupils with dyslexia. Many of the strategies listed here work well for every learning style, not just dyslexic learners.

Double Sided Sound Codes Chart: An easy to use reference chart, showing the 44 sounds used in the English language, that shows a whole selection of variants used for each sound and simple vocabulary to support this.

Double Sided Sound Codes Chart: An easy to use reference chart, showing the 44 sounds used in the English language, that shows a whole selection of variants used for each sound and simple vocabulary to support this.

A set of printable cards with spelling rules for the following sounds short o after qu, short o after w, or before l, ur after w, q and x. Sassoon font is used throughout and the resources are created in dyslexia friendly colour schemes. This resources is text only - one with image support will be added at a later date.

A set of printable cards with spelling rules for the following sounds short o after qu, short o after w, or before l, ur after w, q and x. Sassoon font is used throughout and the resources are created in dyslexia friendly colour schemes. This resources is text only - one with image support will be added at a later date.

A simple crib sheet that explains prefixes, base words and suffixes in clear and easy to read sentences. Not exhaustive but a good starting point for pupils who have difficulty in this area.

A simple crib sheet that explains prefixes, base words and suffixes in clear and easy to read sentences. Not exhaustive but a good starting point for pupils who have difficulty in this area.

A set of cards that highlight the differences between 'there, their and they're', 'here and hear' and 'where, wear and we're'. Simple written support in dyslexia friendly colours. Contains short example sentences to support understanding. A version with supporting images will be added at a later date.

A set of cards that highlight the differences between ‘there, their and they’re’, ‘here and hear’ and ‘where, wear and we’re’. Simple written support in dyslexia friendly colours. Contains short example sentences to support understanding.

b and d reversal reminders. Simple illustrated foldovers with supporting illustrations. Uses the terms 'First the bat and then the ball' and 'First the dog and then the tail'. Sassoon font throughout

b and d reversal reminders. Simple illustrated foldovers with supporting illustrations. Uses the terms 'First the bat and then the ball' and 'First the dog and then the tail'. Sassoon font throughout

Simple word flash cards with 'buttons' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more 'grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette. The set includes 96 words in total.

Simple word flash cards with 'buttons' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more 'grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette. The set includes 96 words in total.

Simple foldovers showing spelling hints for hard and soft c sounds. Version 1 has supporting illustrations while version 2 is text only for older learners.

Simple foldovers showing spelling hints for hard and soft c sounds. Version 1 has supporting illustrations while version 2 is text only for older learners.

Presentation that is designed for older students who have a low reading age. Uses Sassoon precursive font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace. The HFW included are not all decodable words - just common words. There are 5 groups of 20 common words plus sections for Days of the week, Months of the Year and Colours.

Presentation that is designed for older students who have a low reading age. Uses Sassoon precursive font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace. The HFW included are not all decodabl.

Presentation that is designed for older students who have a low reading age. Uses Sassoon precursive font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace. The words are all decodable and cover the following sounds: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll and ss . There are 6 groups of 28 words that show clear progression

Presentation that is designed for older students who have a low reading age. Uses Sassoon precursive font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace. The HFW included are not all decodabl.

Simple word flash cards with 'buttons' below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more 'grown up' and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette.

Simple word flash cards with ‘buttons’ below the words to highlight individual sounds. Designed to look more ‘grown up’ and therefore suitable for older students. Clearly designed using Sassoon font and a blue colour palette.

Presentation that covers the alternative ways of spelling the long e vowel sound: ee, ea, ie, ey and other variations. Uses Sassoon font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace.

Presentation that covers the alternative ways of spelling the long e vowel sound: ee, ea, ie, ey and other variations. Uses Sassoon font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace.

Presentation that covers the alternative ways of spelling the long a vowel sound: ai, a_e, ay, ey, eigh and other variations. Uses Sassoon font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace.

Presentation that covers the alternative ways of spelling the long a vowel sound: ai, a_e, ay, ey, eigh and other variations. Uses Sassoon font which has been embedded. Presentation uses action buttons and triggers so can be worked through at any pace.

Vocabulary wheels that are joined together with a split pin. Sassoon font throughout.

Vocabulary wheels that are joined together with a split pin. Available in Sassoon font or Open Dyslexic font

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