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A3 Encourages a two-handed approach to handwriting 3


1 Comfy Read Write Developed with the help of a Learning Support teacher, this slope is designed to allow children to work at the optimal angle to maintain good posture whilst being able to hold a book or their work at the same time - saving desk space and making reading, writing and copying more comfortable; this will help the child to concentrate on their work in an organised space. The slope is modern and versatile having a number of different uses including as a coloured overlay, a desk tidy (store equipment underneath) or a write-on wipe-off surface. It can easily be used with a clipboard to hold worksheets, a word mat or notes.


10 PACK


The slope is set at the recommended angle of 20 degrees and has rubber grips on the bottom to prevent the slope from moving on the desk. The slope is smooth to encourage children to hold their work and sit comfortably but, for children who struggle, the slope can be used with a bulldog clip or dycem to secure the work in place. A4 size: L35 x W30 x H13cm.


SD12066 A4, green SD12577 A3, clear


2 Writing Slope 4


A classroom essential! This fabulous Writing Slope enables children to work and write at the optimum angle. We’ve purposefully made the surface of the slope slippery to ensure children use both hands - one to hold the paper in place, the other to write! The simple design requires no assembly and is easy to stack and store. Each sturdy slope is set at the recommended angle of 20 degrees and has a rubber grip to prevent slipping. Size: L33 x W30 x H12cm.


SD08034 Clear


3 Dyscalculia Lesson Plans Written by an expert in maths and maths learning difficulties, these ready-made lesson plans are ideal for teachers and teaching assistants working with students who are finding the acquisition of maths difficult. Some of these students may have dyscalculia, while others may have mathematical learning difficulties that stem from a variety of causes.


Structured into ten lessons, these comprehensive plans will give the learner a solid foundation to build on and will help them to feel more confident about their mathematical ability. The lesson plans contain key vocabulary and questions that you can ask as you work through each lesson to deepen understanding and allow you to see whether the child has really grasped a concept or not. Size of each book: A4. 100 pages. Includes photocopiable resources on CD Rom.


SD12217 Book 1 SD12245 Book 2


4 Reading Windows These windows are great for children who have problems with visual tracking and need a line finder to help guide them down a page of text. For children with dyslexia, who need colour to make the letters clearer, simply slot in one of the coloured strips to make reading easier. Reads text size upto 14pt. Size: L17cm x W5cm. 10pk with 5 coloured strips. For ages 3yrs+.


SD10017 10 pk


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