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Letter Olympics - For B/D Reversals

Item #: 20107 | Grades K-2
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Challenge your students in Olympic sporting events to help them discriminate between b and d. This innovative resource is designed to aid learners with dyslexia. Young learners and students with dyslexia alike will love taking the sporting challenges while working on b and d reversals.

Activities cover recognition, discrimination, and differentiation for lower case letters b and d, with full auditory and visual instructions emphasizing accurate sound pronunciation of the b and d phonemes.

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The activities target:
  • Visual motor skills
  • Visual discrimination
  • Figure ground skills
  • Spatial awareness


There is an extensive range of printable records, worksheets and clip art. Excellent teacher resources and ideas are available and can be printed from the Teacher Notes folder on the CD-ROM. Teacher options enable the activities to be tailored specifically to the needs of the individual. Devised by occupational therapists and specialist teachers, this unique CD-ROM is dual format, switch accessable and comes with both US and UK accent sports commentators.
Minimum system requirements: PC - 400 Mhz, 64Mb RAM, Windows 98+

MAC - G3 or above, 128 Mb RAM, OSX 10.1.5 or later, Classic OS 9.x
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