New Resources


  Year 3 and 4 National Curriculum Flashcards are now in the Sight Words section! This is a developing set, so keep watch as it grows. Check out the Monster Phonics stickers (requires...
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Free Assistive Tech for Reading


I thought it would be useful to show some free apps that in one way or another support reading. They are all useful apps for all readers but are particularly beneficial for dyslexic learners. With...
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Using Strengths to Support Weaknesses – Magnetic Letters Offer


Effectively teach your visual learners with teaching materials that use strengths to support weaknesses. To promote Dyslexia Awareness and the importance of effective strategies to maximise the...
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Dyslexia Awareness Week 2nd – 8th October


This year Dyslexia Awareness Week runs from Monday 2nd October to Sunday 8th October 2017 and the theme is Positive about Dyslexia. The Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW 2017) packs are available to...
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Girls in School – Supporting Global Education


In support of Girls in School, Monster Phonics put together this short video. Good luck Tibethilfe Niederösterreich office@tibethilfe.at @Tibethilfe
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The Evolution of Phonics


Technicolor is now just over 100 years old and yet it is astounding how little colour is used to help children learning to read or to support the acquisition of spelling. There is a general consensus...
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The Story of Monster Phonics


Monster Phonics was developed by Ingrid Connors – click below to read her story.  
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Teaching Ideas – Building Words


Today’s Strategy Building Words   Playdough Some children have greater success learning whole words in 3D by ‘building’ playdough 3D words. Choose a variety of colours to make this...
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A Campaign Changing Perceptions


  The world sees dyslexia as a disadvantage. It’s not. This film highlights how far peoples’ understanding of dyslexia still needs to change. One in ten people are dyslexic,...
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Teaching Ideas


Todays Strategy Letter Activities You can use any letters – wooden, foam, magnetic, as long as they can be easily felt by the hands and are movable. Building words by holding, touching and...
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