15+ Dyslexia Spelling examples in Grade 3 – Part Four

Grade 3 Dyslexia Spelling Examples – Part 4

When your child is diagnosed with dyslexia, it can be a confusing and overwhelming time. You may feel like you don’t know where to turn or what to do. But one of the best things you can do is to learn as much as you can about dyslexia.

One of the best ways to help your child is to learn the Grade 3 dyslexia spellings. These spellings are incredibly powerful tools that can help your child improve their reading, writing, and spelling skills.

By learning the Grade 3 dyslexia spellings, you can help your child become a better reader. They will be able to read faster and with greater comprehension. And, as they become more confident readers, they will be better able to spell words correctly.

Dyslexia Spelling Words:

sound, daytime, bones, duet, slip, legs, boot, dawn, winter, back, thumb, fingers, skating, singer, music, today, snowman, snowball, hand, singing, yesterday, tomorrow,  morning

Non-Dyslexic Grade 3 words:

icy, ice, feet, foot, late, trio, chest, solo, voice, coat, late, early, freeze, skates, ski

Dyslexia Spelling Variations:

There are 3 Main ‘Variations’ Categories for Dyslexia:

The Sneaky n / u Dyslexia Factor
The w/m Dyslexia Factor
Regular b, d, p, + q Dyslexia

  • Dysgraphia (Numbers Dyslexia)

Here are the Variations:

**The Sneaky u/n Dyslexia Factor**

skin = skiu
next = uext
violin = violiu
sunset = snuset, snnset, suuset
tune = tnue, tnne, tuue
afternoon = afternoou, afteruoou, afteruoon
neck = ueck
tone = toue

The w/m Dyslexia Factor

arms = arws
tomorrow = toworrow, toworrom, tomorrom

Regular Grade 3 Dyslexia Variations – Part 4

sound = sounb, sounp, sounq, sonud, sonub, sonup, sonuq, sonnd, sonnb, sonnp, sonnq, souud, souub, souup, souuq
daytime = baytime, paytime, qaytime, (daytiwe, baytiwe, paytiwe, qaytiwe)
bones = dones, pones, qones, boues, doues, poues qoues
duet = buet, puet, quet, dnet, bnet, pnet, qnet
slip = slib, slid, sliq
boot = doot, poot, qoot
dawn = bawn, pawn, qawn, dawu, bawu, pawu, qawu, damn, bamn, pamn, qamn, damu, bamu, pawu, qamu
winter = wiuter, (minter, miuter)
back = dack, pack, qack
thumb = thumd, thump, thumq, thnmb, thnmd, thnmp, thnmq, (thuwb, thuwd, thuwp, thuwq, thnwb, thnwd, thnwp, thnwq)
music = mnsic, (wusic, wnsic)
today = tobay, topay, toqay
snowman = snowmau, suowman, suowmau, (snowwan, snowwau, suowwan, suowwau, snomman, snommau, suomman, suommau, snomwan, snomwau, suomwau, suomwau)
snowball = snowdall, snowpall, snowqall, suowball, suowdall, suowpall, suowqall, (snomball, suomdall, suompall, suomqall, snomball, snomdall, snompall, snoomqall)
hand = hanb, hanp, hanq, haud, haub, haup, hauq
yesterday = yesterbay, yesterpay, yesterqay

Dysgraphia / Dyscalculia (Numbers Dyslexia)

legs = le6s, le9s
fingers = fiugers, fin6ers, fin9ers, fiu6ers, fiu9ers
skating = skatiug, skatin6, skatin9, skatiu6, skatiu9
singer = siuger, sin6er, siu6er, sin9er, siu9er
morning = moruing, moruiug, morniug, mornin6, moruin6, moruiu6, morniu6, mornin9, moruin9, moruiu9, morniu9
singing = siuging, singiug, sin6ing, siu6ing, sin6iug, singin6, siugin6, singiu6, sin9ing, siu9ing, sin9iug, singin9, siugin9, singiu9

The Grade 3 dyslexia spellings are a great way to help your child improve their reading skills. But they are also a valuable tool for you as a parent. By learning the spellings, you will be better able to understand your child’s dyslexia.

You will be able to better communicate with their teachers and other professionals. And you will be better equipped to advocate for your child’s needs. If you are looking for a way to help your child improve their reading, writing, and spelling skills, the Grade 3 dyslexia spellings are an excellent place to start.

Dyslexia Letters rotate within Linear words to create Dyslexia Variations in Spelling and Reading. By learning the Dyslexia Variations you can empower your own reading and not be surprised when reading b upside down as p, as well as other exact dyslexia combinations.

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