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  • Sarah Goldammer
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    Customize font settings depending on needs of your students – enlarge font AND make sure it is easily readable font which means clean lines, no script (usually).

    Consider different color for background – often light blue is a good color for ease or readability. Color overlays can be very helpful to make all print accessible.

    If your student needs verbal instructions, you may need to consider options for providing these from a distance (assuming no Internet option). You may need to read them to him/her over the phone.

    This is a wonderful time to consider what your students may have in their home to use as manipulatives. Measuring spoons or cups could be used to teach a lesson in math for instance.

    Happy to brainstorm with you for individual needs.

    Sarah Goldammer sgoldam@siue.du

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