Do you have a student who needs consistent review over the same skills in order to truly master them? How about a student who is just learning to read and you need a good source of sight words to pull from for instruction and game play? I did, too!
My daughter, who was diagnosed with "profound dyslexia" and "probable dyscalculia," needs to continuously cycle through the same information, even as we add additional skills. Why? Because with dyslexia and many other learning disabilities, if you don't use it, you lose it! I was tired of reteaching EVERY skill we had ever learned before I could get to the actual new content- and obviously, so was she!
I developed something I called her "dailies" which turned into this Daily Spiral Review Worksheet. On a good day (if you have a child with dyslexia, you know what this means), she does this plus we continue instruction on something new. On a not-so-good day, she ONLY does this for math. On a BAD day, she only does this, plus listens to some audiobooks. We found that using this worksheet daily keeps the various operations and skills fresh in her mind.
You can download this worksheet for free along with 3 printable lists of Fry Sight Words. This includes words 1-100, 101-200, and 201-300. These sight words are the most common words in the English language. Consistent review (and I mean consistent, consistent long-term review) of these sight words was a key part of teaching my dyslexic student how to read on grade level.
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