Confusing Letters Desktop Cards


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Confusing Letters Desktop Cards - literacy, confusing letters, letters, alphabet, activity, handwriting, distinction, difference, b, d, i, j, m, n, p, q

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    , Sep 20th
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  • Any chance of this resource in precursive font for all my Year 1s? Thank you

    , Jul 14th
    • Hi pafandral,
      Thanks for your lovely request - I'll ask our design team to take a look and see if we can make this change for you :)

      , Jul 14th
    • Hi there pafandral,
      Our lovely resource creation team have completed this and emailed the new resource to you, I hope you find it useful! It will also be available for download within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a new resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Jul 17th
  • Using with children with SALT difficulties who keep muddling b and d!

    , Mar 18th
    • Hi NTeacher,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm really glad this resource is useful for you :)

      , Mar 18th
  • for my students with dyslexia

    , Feb 6th
  • Wanted for help in the classroom. Particularly looking for a bookmark to show b and p for a child who gets them muddled up. Have already made my own for b and d which is more common. This is not quite what I was after, but may be the nearest I will get without making my own.

    , Jan 5th
    • Hi TeCaSt,
      Thanks for your comment! Is there any way that we could amend this resource for you so that it meets your needs? Have a lovely day! :)

      , Jan 5th
  • Extra support for work at home

    , Dec 9th
  • thank you!!! it will be awesome for my support students.

    , Nov 21st
  • a child I am working with gets so confused with their B and D

    , Oct 11th
  • Love this idea! Preppies often have problems with these letters.

    , Oct 4th
  • Helping dyslexic children with a visual code to work out the difference between certain letters.

    , Oct 2nd
  • my son and b and d don't get along lol thank you

    , Sep 4th
  • brilliant resource especially for my class of autistic, dyslexic children - pictorial representation such a help

    , Jul 30th
A useful set of desktop cards allowing your children to leanr (or demonstrate learning) the distinction between confusing letters.
This resource is available in Standard and Precursive.
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    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Jul 15th
    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Mar 4th