Mommie_Jen Posted July 2, 2012 Share Posted July 2, 2012 (edited) My new k'er is having constant, as in every. single. time. he sees a "b" or "d" confusion. We've been working on it for months. We paint them on the sidewalk, we look for them in real life, we practice their sounds, we write them, we use a salt tray...over and over and over. He can't tell them apart. Explaining it as a bed, with your head at the b, hasn't helped. Making them with our hands hasn't helped. I am out of ideas. He's frustrated and it's hampering reading. Phonics is a struggle for him anyway, but he gets so upset when he constantly and consistently gets them confused. He shows no other signs of learning problems. It's been since early spring since we've been working diligently on it, and I am at a loss as to how to help him. Any other ideas? Edited July 2, 2012 by Mommie_Jen silly Title typo, wish I could edit it! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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