Crossbow Free Downloadable Resources
Crossbow is a family business, started in 1992 by a SEN teacher who was finding that the games he devised to teach his dyslexic students were more effective than many of the published materials available at the time. Crossbow have a comprehensive stock of publication and products representing a wide range of multisensory resources suitable for dyslexia teaching support in the UK.
During this difficult time Crossbow are making available FREE downloadable resources (for a limited time) to to keep children engaged while at home. They include:
- Free downloadable set of literacy games for KS1 and 2 (ages 5-11). Parents of younger children will find these very helpful.
- Downloadable book of “Learning, Games, and Puzzles”. This book is full of fun ideas for children of all ages.
- A full FREE 30-day trial of Crossbow’s tint and track software. Whether or not a child suffers from visual stress or is dyslexic, a lot of screen time – which there is bound to be at the moment – can cause headaches and migraines. It is good to filter the screen background with a tint that suits individual preferences.
Click here to find out more about these resources.
Crossbow are also working on adding to this resource bank, including some short training You Tube videos from Bob and some at home learning packs.