Grade 2 Dyslexia Spelling Examples – Part 5

Grade 2 Dyslexia Spelling Examples – Part 5

Most people find out they have dyslexia in second grade. This is because the spelling of words becomes more difficult in second grade. If you have dyslexia, you may struggle with spelling well into your adult life. However, studying the dyslexia spellings can improve your reading comprehension. This is because you will be able to understand the words better.

Grade 2 reading is important to literacy. Dyslexia awareness is critical to education. Literacy awareness is an important thing in society. If you or someone you know is in second grade, I encourage you to learn more about dyslexia spellings. It could make a world of difference in their reading comprehension.

Grade 2 Dyslexia Spelling Examples – Part 5 show Exact Dyslexia Variations. Study the Dyslexia Variations of the first grade to improve and quicken reading. Learn to recognize the Variations of Exact Dyslexia Letter Rotations!

Dyslexia Variations are able to be learned and memorized by Dyslexia Readers. When the reader reads the alternative Dyslexia word versions they will readily recognize the word as being the correct intended word.

Grade 2 Spelling Dyslexia Variations are key to reading!

Some Main Quote from this Dyslexia Article and Dyslexia Lesson!
“flop = flob, flod, floq” – 3 Dyslexia Variations
“dip = bib, bid, did, diq, bip, biq, dib,” –
7 Dyslexia Variations!
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Dyslexia Spelling Words Grade Two:

tub, mud, drip, people, flip, bud, rub, cub, trap, chip, stop, flop, zip, clap, rib, bib, tap, tip, chop, cop, dip, cap, cab, lab, lap, hip, hop, mop, lip, map, crab, scab, nap, rip, pop, top, sip, rap, web

Non-Dyslexic Grade One words (Dyslexia Friendly Words):

no Non Dyslexic Dyslexia Friendly words in this Part 5 section.

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 / Dyscalculia (Numbers Dyslexia)

Here are the Variations:

**The Sneaky u/n Dyslexia Factor**

There are no words with only u/n rotations.

The w/m Dyslexia Factor

There are no w/m only Dyslexia Factor words in Part 5.

Dyslexia Variation Training Letter Map

A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as a p, d, or a q.
An n turns into a u, a u turns into an n.
A g turns to a 6 or a 9
the w turns to an m, m can turn to a w.
the Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z

NOTE: BOTH Dyslexia and Non-Dyslexia words are sorted. Non-Dyslexia words have no Dyslexia Letters within those words. Words that are ‘Dyslexic’ have actual Dyslexia Letters that rotate to become other letters.

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Grade Two Dyslexia Spelling Variations – Part #5

tub = tnb, tnd, tnp, tnq, tud, tup, tuq
mud = mnb, mnd, mnp, mnq, mub, mup, muq
drip = brip, prip, qrip, brib, drib, prib, qrib, brid, drid, prid, qrid, briq, driq, priq, qriq
people =peoble, peodle, peoqle, beoble, deodle, peodle, qeodle
flip = flib, flid, fliq
bud = pup, bub, dub, pub, dud, pud, qud, bnd, dnd, pnd, qnd, qub, bnb, dnb, pnb, qnb, bup, dup, qup, bnp, dnp, pnp, qnp, buq, duq, puq, quq, bnq, dnq, pnq, qnq
rub = rud, rup, ruq, rnb, rnd, rnp, rnq
cub = cud, cup, cuq, cnb, cnd, cnp, cnq
trap = trab, trad, traq
chip = chib, chid, chiq
stop = stob, stod, stoq
flop = flob, flod, floq
zip = zib, zid, ziq
clap = clab, clad, claq
rib = rid, rip, riq
bib = bid, bip, biq
tap = tab, tad, tap
tip = tib, tid, tiq
chop = chob, chod, choq
cop = cob, cod, coq
dip = bib, bid, did, diq, bip, biq, dib,
cap = cab, cad, caq
cab = cap, cad, caq
lab = lad, lap, laq
lap = lab, lad, laq
hip = hib, hid, hiq
hop = hob, hod, hoq
mop = mob, mod, moq, (wop, wob, wod, woq)
lip = lib, lid, liq
map = mab, mad, maq
crab = crap, crad, craq
scab = scad, scap, scaq
nap = nad, nab, naq, uap, uad, uab, uap
rip = rib, rid, riq
pop = pod, pob, poq, bop, bod, bob, boq, dop, dod, dob, doq, qop, qod, qob, qoq
top = tob, tod, toq
sip = sib, sid, siq
rap = rad, rab, raq
web = wed, wep, weq

As many of you know, dyslexia is a learning spelling that makes it difficult to read, write, and spell. What you may not know is that grade two is the reading level where most people with dyslexia find out they have the condition.

This is a critical time for those with dyslexia, as they are just beginning to learn how to read and spell. If they don’t receive the proper support and instruction, they will struggle with these skills well into adulthood.

One of the best ways to support someone with dyslexia is to help them learn the dyslexia spellings of common words. This will not only improve their reading comprehension, but also help them become better writers and spellers.

If you know someone in grade two who is struggling with reading, please reach out and offer your support. Together, we can help them overcome with Dyslexia Awareness and achieve success in school and in life.

Dysgraphia / Dyscalculia (Numbers Dyslexia)

There are no Dysgraphia words in Grade 2 , Part 5

The Exact Dyslexia Variations are the exact Letter Rotations. When Dyslexia Letters Rotate to change words into Dyslexia Variations only the Dyslexia Letters rotate to create alternative spellings.

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