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Get in the Zone! (Teaching tips for school and home)

How to Make a Comprehension Chatterbox  By Beccie Hawes
Step by step instructions for a brilliant comprehension activity that you can make for your children - or, better still, that they can make for each other.

Flip the Clip by Neil Mackay
A set of writing challenges in the form of a spinner game by celebrated dyslexia expert Neil Mackay.

My Feelings and Me By Beccie Hawes
An emotional literacy activity from the Rushall Team

Playing Rummy to put "this" with "that".  By Bob Hext
How to play Rummy and what to use it for.

Ideas for multisensory spelling activities  By Beccie Hawes
A great list of tips from the Rushall Team for making spelling experience more multisensory.

Top tips for presenting information the dyslexia-friendly way  By Beccie Hawes
More practical ideas for your classroom from the Rushall Team.

Supporting a child on the Autistic Spectrum with the removal of their ‘special’ object.  by Becky Hawkins
Sensitive strategies for building trust with ASD children