On 12/28/15, I will bite wrote:
> These are my thoughts:
> Children in my district are not identified as dyslexic
> until at least 2nd or 3rd grade. In K many of the children
> mix up letters, write letters backwards, etc. We call that
> "kindergarten brain" and it isn't until later that we
> would even realize that there is a real problem.
> At my school, which is a title 1 school, we don't get to
> cvc words until April for most of the kids. I have a
> Lakeshore product that has 3 cubes on a stick and they
> twist the cubes to make cvc words. There is no way for
> them to self check and know that they made an actual
> I try to have them write the words that they made and it
> works OK with the higher kids and the others just write
> the letters because they don't have the skills to figure
> out if it's a real word or not.
> I am not sure if these are the kinds of comments you
> but you didn't give us a whole lot to go on.
> On 12/28/15, jojo wrote:
>> On 12/28/15, Cherrie wrote:
>>> On 12/28/15, Ms. Anna wrote:
>>>> On 12/28/15, Cherrie wrote:
>>>>> I am currently doing a project on creating a product
>>>>> to aid the learning of dyslexic children. My product
>>>>> is a Rubik's cube with letters on it, so instead of
>>>>> matching the colors, the children will match the
>>>>> letters into
>>>>> 3 letter words. A part of my project is to get
>>>>> comments from kindergarten teachers on my
>>>>> I would really appreciate it if you could take a bit
>>>>> of time to
>>>>> give a few lines of feedback on my product. Thank
>>>>> very much.
>>>> Sorry, no attachment included
>>> What attachment is needed? Thank you.
>> How can anyone give you feedback on a product idea
>> isn't a product) that is just a sentence long?