Visual aids are a fun way to help children with learning difficulties(Kelly & Phillips, 2011; Mortimore, 2008).
In fact, many specialists argue that many students learn more effectively through visual stimuli (these students are the so-called visual learners), whilst others learn through auditory stimuli (Kelly & Phillips, 2011; Tandi, 2005).
The following pictures can help visual learners learn the english alphabet (photos via pinterest).
Kelly, K. & Phillips, S. (2011). Teaching Literacy to Learners with Dyslexia: A Multi-Sensory Approach. Los Angeles: SAGE
Mortimore, T. (2008). Dyslexia and learning style: a practitioner’s handbook (2nd Ed). Chichester: John Wiley.
Tandi, C. (2005). Teaching maths to pupils with different learning styles. London: Paul Chapman.
Images via pinterest
Anastasia Kourti,SEN teacher, MSctr. Playtherapist