Need a few sample paragraphs to help your child get started on Continuous Writing compositions? Look no further: here are four different paragraphs to begin your composition with. Do note that the text (in terms of style and vocabulary used) was written with students of ages 10 to 12 in mind.
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For dyslexics, ‘though’, ‘through’ and ‘thorough’ are three words that are easily confused, especially the first two. They’re also not phonetically regular, making it doubly hard to get them right. Download these worksheets to help your child tackle those three words if he/she constantly forgets how to spell them, or is unsure of how to
Dyslexic readers often have problems visualising tenses and plurality in clauses. Here are two sample worksheets that you can use with your child to get them used to these grammatical conventions. They’re not the only solution, however, and should best be used in conjunction with other relevant materials such as storybooks. Was/Were Sight Words Worksheet
In my previous post, I introduced the FLOW Graphic Organiser. Here it is, uploaded in PDF format. I hope you guys find it useful. Download Here
Atomic Highway isn’t heavy on crunch as a rules-medium game, but because there are so many moves, it’s easy to forget how certain mechanics work. Thus was this cheat/reference sheet born, to help me recall exactly what to roll when it came to certain moves. I hope this is of benefit to those of you