This set contains 3-letter short vowel words, like van, cup, elf. The child can match the word label to a picture by using his phonemic awareness to figure out the sounds in the word he’s looking for. Or he can simply decode the printed letters into sounds and place the label beneath the correct picture…. Read more »
Advanced decoding practice with 5 and 6-letter short vowel words, like robin, sunset, plant. Encourage the student to first segment the sounds of the picture and “map” those phonemes onto the printed letters. This will lead to an understanding of the new spelling pattern. He can then practice decoding the word without the picture until… Read more »
This set contains words that have 2-letter phonograms, like goat, snail, feet, horn, ship. The picture on the card allows the child to map the sounds of the spoken word onto the printed word, leading to an understanding of the new spelling pattern. 48 cards.
This set contains words that have vowels made long by a silent E, like smoke, flame, cake, kite, globe. The picture on the card allows the child to map the sounds of the spoken word onto the printed word, leading to an understanding of this new spelling pattern. 48 cards.
This set contains cards with 4-letter short vowel words, like drum, tent, gift, desk. 4 letters is slightly more difficult than 3 letters, therefore a child must first be able to segment and blend spoken words that have 4 sounds. 44 Cards.
Material for making the child’s first reading a success. The child is encouraged to “map” the sounds of the picture (which represents a spoken word) onto the printed 3-letter short vowel word and thus learns about decoding and word identification. Examples: van, sun, dog, cup. 45 Cards.