FREE Early Learning Reading and Writing Helps Series: Mixing Up B and D

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Do your children get confused and mix up their B’s and D’s?

Mixing Up b and d
If you are finding that your little ones who are learning to read and write are mixing up their b and d letters do not be alarmed! Even my second grader confuses them on occasion. This is perfectly normal and they may just need a little extra help, practice and fun things to help them remember. 

I found some really cool helps for mixing up B and D:

FREE Printable Worksheets:
B/D Reversal Cue Cards and Why Students Reverse Letters 
B or D Dot Marker Worksheet 
B and D Graphing Fun 
B and D Visual Reminder Poster
Letter Reversal B and D Poster
B and D Confusion Signs

Games and Activities:
B and D Zap Game
B and D Coconut Tree Practice
B and D Roll It, Count It, Tally It, Graph It!
Letter Slap for B and D Confusion
B and D Song 
B and D Rap

Letter Reversal Bingo from Teacher Mama
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Other Resources:
How can I help my child not mix up B and D?
– this is a quick read, but very informative with fun tips and tricks to help your little ones remember. From Comic Phonics

Sight and Sound Reading has a free printable and even a video on how exactly to teach the confusing letter B!

Help Kids With Letter B and D  from Teach Mama

Don’t miss the other posts in our FREE Early Learning Reading and Writing Helps Series:

Short Vowels
Long Vowels

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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