We are excited for spring break here at REV, but no matter if school is in session, any day is a good day to learn! We've continued adding lessons that are specifically designed for users of the split-alphabet stencils! It's important to be able to build skills while using a large target, so two of our lessons this month are perfect for those using 3 stencils. Each lesson features questions with two choices whose first letters are on the same stencil.
Here's what else is new in the library this month:
What is a Fable?
Can Music Help You Think? (designed for split-alphabet stencil)
Johann Sebastian Bach (designed for split-alphabet stencil)
Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which a person's response to stimuli "crosses" the senses. Learn more about this fascinating condition and how it effects perception.
Stephen Hawking used a voice output device to communicate. Learn more about this brilliant cosmologist in this lesson.
German U-Boats played a pivotal role in naval warfare in WWI and WWII. Learn more about these destructive submarines in this lesson.
Often using mythical creatures and personified animals, fables are short stories that express a lesson.
This literary lesson questions if music can help you think. It is specifically designed for students making choices and using the 3-stencils. Each question provides two answer choices whose first letters are on the same stencil to allow skill building with larger targets.
This lesson about classical musician Johann Sebastian Bach is specifically designed for students making choices and using the 3-stencils. Each question provides two answer choices whose first letters are on the same stencil to allow skill building with larger targets.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!