“CVI Adaptations: Bubble Words in the YouDoodle App”

"CVI Adaptations: Bubble Words in the YouDoodle App"
“CVI Adaptations: Bubble Words in the YouDoodle App”

One of the most common questions from parents of children with cortical visual impairment (CVI) is, how do I approach literacy? Below is a link to a post from a CVI mom on how the “whole word” approach to literacy, developed by Christine Roman-Lantzy, and how to create “bubble words” in the YouDoodle app.

“Children with CVI often require a whole word approach to learning how to recognize words. The bubble word strategy developed by Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy enables children with CVI to interpret the shape and salient features of the word.”

Literacy is just one reason why direct instruction in salient features (Roman) is so important.

Clink the link below to read the article on the Paths to Literacy website:

CVI Adaptations: Bubble Words in the YouDoodle App

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