Letter Confusion

Teaching a child with low or no vision how to read is the same as teaching a sighted child how to read — it all starts with letter recognition. This is a simple way to provide your learners with an opportunity to practice reading and recognizing the alphabet's letters and sequence. Large print or braille letter cards are taped to the wall or desk. Children then use them in a variety of activities intended to stimulate identification and alphabet order.

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Classroom Considerations
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Pros
  • Having large print or braille cards available to examine and use is a effective way to improve early literacy
Cons
  • None